WINNING THE WAR AGAINST SICKNESSES, INFIRMITIES and SEX in the Dream. You deserve a better living...

God still heals. God is a good and clean God and could not have created us for sickness and torments in the world.
Jesus Christ came healing and setting the captives free and He still does today. This book will open your eyes and make you a master over sicknesses and diseases.
Many people spend their life hard earned revenues on hospital bills.
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311307293

PRINCE HUBERT TATANG; is an ordained minister of Jesus Christ, a young missionary called by God and trained in China. He began fulltime missionary service in 2007, and has ever since been instrumental in the hands of God in the mission field in Africa, precisely in Cameroon and Nigeria.
Prince Hubert is a Tele and Radio evangelist, and teacher in seminar and conferences. He is a teacher on marriage and healing.
His is a writer and author of several books including MORNING SHOWER (a daily devotional), DIVINE HEALING IS STILL POSSIBLE…" Volume 1 & 2, "WHO IS a CHRISTIAN-WHY MUST I BE a CHRISTIAN" (Volume 1 book 1 & 2, and Volume 2), THE GOOD SHEPHERD, WINNING THE WAR AGAINST SICKNESS, and many others.
You must read these books. Are you a minister of the Gospel, a Christian worker, a new convert, a churchgoer or an unbeliever, you need them. Many are in the church for years, but all they can tell you is that Christianity is to escape from hell. Many have failed to embrace the God of Christianity because they wonder why they should change their beliefs. In these books, the Holy Spirit exposes to the reader some clear reasons why you must become a Christian. It will help also help all Christian workers passionate for soul winning. They will constitute powerful tools in your hands for effective evangelism. Other books in view include THE EFFECTIVE PRAYER OF THE BELIEVER, DANGEROUS PRAYERS, and many more


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