The Power of Choice
Can we really choose our destiny: or is our supposed freedom just an illusion?
The pages that follow can best be described as a “book blog.” For a couple of years now it has been on my mind to write a book on this subject: but it has become clear that unless I make some kind of start on the project it is not going to happen.
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So here goes…
CONTENTSINTRODUCTION AND CONTENTS Part 1 – Is there more to being saved than being saved?
- Is there more to being saved than being saved?
- What are the gifts for?
- Fruit versus gifts
- With, In and Upon
- The Streams and the Well
- Were you or are you?
- The divine postman – or, ‘Whose are the gifts?’
- Manifestations and Ministries
- Stirring up the gift
- How are the gifts used?
- To act or not to act?