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One question concerns virtually every Christian: How do I pray for the salvation of my friends and family? How to Pray for Lost Loved Ones answers this question head-on. Dutch Sheets examines biblical principles for interceding for the unsaved and, in the process, removes your fears and gives you tangible tools you can use to take back the lost.
You will discover Satan's schemes to prevent your loved ones from recognizing the truth in a clear, powerful light--and then learn how those schemes can be defeated. Help create opportunities for your lost loved ones to receive the good news of Jesus Christ. It begins with your prayers.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2001
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Dutch has written twenty books, many of which have been translated into more than thirty languages, including the bestseller Intercessory Prayer. His newest book, Dream, was released in April 2012.
Dutch's greatest passion is to see America experience a sweeping revival and return to its godly heritage. He burns to see people find God's "dream" for them and tap into their destiny. Dutch is a messenger of hope for America, encouraging believers to contend for awakening in our day and reformation in our lifetime. In 2012, Dutch was named executive director of Christ For The Nations Institute. Both Dutch and his wife, Ceci, are graduates of CFNI. Dutch and Ceci have been married for 35 years and have two grown daughters, a wonderful son-in-law, and an incredible grandson. They are residents of the Dallas area. For more information, visit dutchsheets.org.