The church is entering a revolutionary time of apostolic breakthrough. Right now, Jesus has taken up residence within you, empowering and enabling you to be everything you are destined to be. When He calls you to accomplish a goal that is seeminly unreachable, He will go before you to break through the locked gates and topple the highest walls. Yet Jesus does not do it alone. You are a huge part of the breakthrough. You must pray for the Lord to intercede so that He can step in to powerfully push through every existing obstacle. In this book, you will learn how to ask Jesus to be a breaker in your life individually and in your church and city corporately. When you trust in His prevailing power and ask for His intercession, the results are both mighty and miraculous.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: Gospel Light Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches) ISBN: 0830736263 ISBN-13: 9780830736263 Availability: In Stock
The concept of "The Breaker Anointing" is the ability to call on God to break through any spiritual hindrance either individually or corporately, that would impede His Kingdom and His purposes for the Church in this age. Jesus is the Breaker who goes before us. There is no route, no wall, no spiritual oppression that God cannot open or break through. The author says that He is a gate-crashing, wall-breaking, obstacle- removing God. Breakthrough is something that we cannot do for ourselves. We need Jesus to do it for us. "The Breaker Anointing" is not a prayer formula or a technique, but an invitation to the Breaker, Jesus, to come in and break down the wall or open the gate to whatever is hindering His purposes.
BARBARA J. YODER is the founder and apostolic leader of Shekinah Christian Church, a racially and culturally diverse church in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Known for her cutting-edge prophetic ministry. Barbara travels extensively within the United States and abroad, ministering at conferences and seminars. She is the author of The Breaker Anointing. Barbara has five grown children and six grandchildren, and she makes her home in Ann Arbor.