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The Secret Place - Engaging God's Presence In Your Life - cover

The Secret Place - Engaging God's Presence In Your Life

George Mfula

Publisher: George Mfula

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Summary

The Secret Place is one of the most sought-after books. It is designed to re-write your own life. It will bring you to a place where you can produce results without a sweat. Now, you may be wondering why this book? Well, it is written under divine inspiration after Pastor George was miraculously saved from a fatal accident. Psalm 91:1-2 says, “He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.”

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