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I Saw The Lord By Anne Graham Lotz

I Saw The Lord
by Anne Graham Lotz

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'At a time like this, it's almost easier to have faith, because we have nothing else. I've watched as this nation has turned to prayer. I think it's a time to turn to God.'
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I Saw The Lord by Anne Graham Lotz

In the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Anne Graham Lotz was asked for a message of hope and faith for the American nation. What she said led to an invitation to deliver a similar message to over 600 British MPs and leaders at the House of Commons. I SAW THE LORD publishes her address for the first time and digs deeper into the message that she believes is the most important prophecy God has ever given her. Based on Isaiah 1-6, it is a wake-up call for all Christians living in a world more divided and insecure than ever before. Only God can understand our deepest fears and needs. As individuals and as a nation, we need a passionate rediscovery of Jesus and the call he makes on our lives. Anne explains with sensitivity and brilliant biblical insight what it really means to see Jesus and how he can change our lives at the deepest level. This dramatic call to revival will be highly publicised both in the UK and USA and will demand a profound response from the Church and Christians everywhere.

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About Anne Graham Lotz


Anne Graham Lotz is the daughter of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham. She is the founder of AnGeL Ministries, a non-profit organisation based in the U S A, that seeks to revive the heart's of God's people through teaching materials and live presentations around the world. She is the author of several best-selling and award-winning books, including My Heart's Cry.

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GOR001117032
I Saw The Lord by Anne Graham Lotz
Anne Graham Lotz
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
2006-04-20
208
0340908491
9780340908495
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