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Walking in Affluence



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Walking in Affluence by Francis E. Gilliard
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"Walking in Affluence" is walking by faith at its highest level. It requires total submission to God. Children are protected when they are residents in their father's house, and we enjoy the same privilege when we dwell in God's house. The life of Sasha and Malia Obama is symbolic of "Walking in Affluence." They will not need money because their needs will be provided. In the parable of the Prodigal one of the sons requested his inheritance. He no longer wanted to be a dependent in his father's house. Once we are freed from our misconceptions about having wealth, and get comfortable with the idea of being wealthy regardless of what we have; we will experience an amazing Walk of Affluence. In these days of economic uncertainty this message takes us beyond the "Think and Grow Rich" model. People need to know that being in God's house is about being richly blessed. Francis E. Gilliard, a native of Sumter, S.C. and resident of Grand Blanc, MI. He pastored for 23 years in Newark, NJ, and formed Community Urban Renewal Enterprise, which built 300 units of affordable homes. Recently he established Triumphant Temple of Praise in Flint, MI., and "At Hand WorldWide Ministries" an internet outreach ministry that unite people of all races and cultures in common prayer. Frank is a graduate of St. Jude High School, N.C.A&T State University, NBTS and Rutgers University. He has a Masters of Divinity, and a Doctor of Ministry degree and a Doctorate in Urban Planning. Frank has written a Master's Thesis, a Doctoral Dissertation and an Urban Planning Program designed to facilitate community empowerment. He publishes on under "The Wake Up Call." He has written for church and denominational newsletters on a wide range of topics.
Release date NZ
January 9th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations, black and white
Xulon Press
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