We all experience the impossibilities of life, just like the four men in the Bible who sought Jesus' healing touch for their paralyzed friend. The question is - how will you respond?
You have two options. You can accept your circumstances as God's will and simply give up, or you can break through and receive everything God has waiting for you.
Breakthrough Faith will help you discover:
You have an enemy: all circumstances are not God's will
God is both willing and able to miraculously move in your life
You already possess breakthrough faith: you just need to activate it
The mind matters: what you think about God determines what you experience
Intimacy with the father ushers you into a supernatural lifestyle and greater works
Practical keys to activating breakthrough faith in your life: declaration, testimony, and presence
The paralytic's four friends didn't give up and broke through the roof to get to Jesus - and experienced the miraculous. You can break through too! Get ready to activate the faith God has given you and break through every impossibility that comes against your life!
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Somewhat Contradictory Information in the Book
The book starts off being very eye opening on talking about Breakthrough faith but then becomes somewhat contradictory. In the beginning, it talks about getting beyond knowing that "God Can" to "God Will", but yet, after a few chapters goes back to the standard of what is commonly taught that "God can, but it may not be in His will". He doesn't say this directly, but its implied. You can't say in the beginning that "God Can and Will" and then say "God Can but He may not"....The Author tries to create a book on faith that goes beyond the commonly taught doctrine "if its in God's Will" than your prayer will be answered, but fails. So, it's not much different than what is normally taught. There are some good nuggets in this book, but overall, too much contradiction in order for the nuggets to take root. I was excited during the first 9 chapters, and then the next few chapters negated much of what was said in the first few chapters.
the first 9 chapters...
I was disappointed with this book. It's contradictory within itself and compared to other books that teach on "Faith that moves mountains" and getting christians beyond the point of using the excuse "if it be in God's will" or "it must not have been in Gods' will", thereby never really growing their faith to mountain moving faith or faith that doesn't limit God. If you are looking to grow your faith to do the impossible....I don't think this book is it.
- Amazon Customer
- Tanya M. Spiegel