The Indwelling: An Introduction to a New Relationship with God

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Salvation is a process.  A new believer is not born again into a perfect state of being.  Once a person accepts salvation and the saving blood of Jesus Christ, they are only taking the first step on a long journey.  The walk with God is a walk of change and development.  The walk with God is a walk toward perfection as believers grows into the image of  sons and daughters of God.

Too many people stop after the first step.  Too many people stop after giving their lives to Jesus, being baptized with water, or receiving some form of confidence that they will go to heaven.  There is so much more!  Do not stop!  This book shows the path to a higher plane, a higher walk.

Using direct references from the Bible and true personal stories, this book provides the necessary knowledge to receive the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and maintain a Filling of the Holy Spirit.  Read this book to find out how!

God will only take you as high as you are willing to go.  It is up to you.  This book shows you the differences between these different steps or levels and the benefits of attaining a higher level. There is a closer walk with God, the indwelling of the Spirit, and it is available to you right now.


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About the author

James Cardona received his degree in Religious Studies from the University of Delaware.  He also attends and prays at Harvest Time Worship Center in Salem, New Jersey and resides in close-by Pennsville. 

            Mainly operating in the church’s prayer ministry, James prays for people whenever he is given the opportunity.  Additionally, he works in prayer tent ministry at outreach events such as food banks, food pantries, clothing and food outdoor outreaches for the poor and homeless, along with revival outreaches, both at his church and events sponsored by other churches in the Southern New Jersey area.


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Jan 2, 2006
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Religion / Christian Church / General
Religion / Christian Education / General
Religion / Christian Life / General
Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
Religion / Christian Theology / General
Religion / Christian Theology / Pneumatology
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