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Understanding The Divine Secrets - cover

Understanding The Divine Secrets

George Mfula

Publisher: George Mfula

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Understanding the Divine Secrets of God guides you in your journey to delve deeper and discern the secrets of our Heavenly Father. It is designed to equip you for supernatural encounters, breakthroughs, and revelations with God, propelling you to greater heights in your relationship with Him (God). God has enabled me to unveil secrets in this book so that you may excel in the next level of your life, calling, ministry and career. Please understand that everyone has a divine calling, assignment, and purpose, so it doesn't matter where you are at in your life. It is the knowledge of God's Word that makes you outstanding in life! This book is a 'must read' for those who desire total empowerment, transformation and change of level in their walk with God!

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