In this book Rodney walks the reader through his personal journey of freedom and victory over various areas of life struggle. As a Christian a person does not live in pursuit of victory; as a Christian a person lives in victory. Many times the challenge is truly understanding what Christ has done for us, and applying that work in a real way in our lives. Rodney uses this book to be very transparent about his own life, and the areas in which he had to learn to activate the work of Christ in order to know true and lasting freedom.
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The valley had filled with dry bones over time and God was ready to change the course for these bones. The valley that had long since represented death was about to become a strategic army base filled with an exceedingly great army filled of the breath of God.More info →
It is one thing to have a single or occasional encounter with God's Presence, but something entirely different to have a sustaining relationship with His Presence.
It is the desire of God to dwell with His people and not to simply visit them. The greatest damage of the Garden of Eden was the severing of the deep, relational connection between God and Adam. God has never stopped desiring that type of connection with man. Oftentimes the issue is that man does not want it with God.More info →
Obedience has a starting point, but obedience is something that never ends. It is more than a single step; obedience is an ongoing walk with the Lord in the direction He desires one to go. It is not easy, but the destination pays the price for the journey.More info →
Zechariah had a vision of Joshua the high priest standing before the Lord with Satan standing there to accuse him. This book walks through that vision and seeks application of the work of God in one's life to bring them to His desired place of destiny.More info →
In the pages of this book we will explore Isaac’s process of seeking to find and discover for himself the God of his father Abraham. Our foundational Scripture for this book is found in Genesis 26: Then Isaac dug again the wells of water which had been dug in the days of his father Abraham, for the Philistines had stopped them up after the death of Abraham; and he gave them the same names which his father had given them. Genesis 26:18-19More info →
At the age of eight, Josiah took his place on the throne as King in Jerusalem. It began the fulfillment of the prophetic destiny that had been established for and about Josiah over three-hundred years earlier. He reigned as king for thirty-one years, and in that time he led the nation and the people through a time of revival and reconnection with God and God's ways. This book explores how Josiah carried the torch for revival, and draws on some principles from his reign that we can apply to see God bring a great revival in our day as well. When destiny overtakes reality there is a powerful thing that happens. It is time for you to step into your destiny today.More info →
In Joshua we read that the children of Israel defeated thirty-one kings in order to inherit their promise. From the names of those cities we will consider our own keys to inheriting God’s promise. From the definition of these cities we will draw out a thirty-one key devotional journey to our inheritance. Some of the keys will involve what we must overcome or gain victory over; other keys will be principles or characteristics that are important for us to embrace. Together we can discover and use the keys, enabling us to possess our promised inheritance.More info →
Are you walking in your destiny? God has a plan for your life, and His desire is that you partner with Him to see that plan realized. Through the pages of this book we explore how Gehazi fulfilled his destiny, and from that story we draw principles for fulfilling our own destiny. As we are faithful we will pave the way for the Master to come and bring life.More info →
El anhelo de Dios es morar con Su pueblo, no solo visitarlo. El mayor daño que se produjo en el huerto del Edén fue el quiebre de la conexión profunda entre Dios y Adán. Dios no se ha detenido en su deseo de restaurar esa conexión con el hombre. Muchas veces el problema es que el hombre no quiere ese nivel de relación con Dios.More info →