The Elisha Concept
Xulon Press, 2004 - 128 pages
The Elisha Concept is a continuation of The Elijah Principle. The emphasis in this book is proper communication with senior leadership. It also deals with the anointing of transference. In II Kings 2:9, Elijah said to Elisha, ?If you see me when I am taken away, then shall it be so unto you. You will receive a double portion of the anointing on my life.?Poise, Posture, Position, and Preference are the four vital principles in this book. You will be challenged as you read it. I pray that the eyes of your understanding will be enlightened.
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Prophetically and Divinely Connected
The Elisha Concept
Proper Communication Towards Leadership
Murmuring and Complaining
The Spirit of a Leader
Sit at Their Feet
Touch Not My Anointed
Who Ministers to the Minister?
The Spirit of the ForeRunner
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