This past weekend I discovered this old chestnut in a box in the basement.
The book was written in 1968 by E. W. Kenyon. Many consider that he was the Grand-Daddy of victory preaching, later heard from such names as Hagin, Copeland, Capps, Savelle and Dollar.
It made great use of the following scripture passages:
2 Corinthians 5: 21
Colossians 1: 9-17
The Author was saying that we have been marinated for too long by the Church in “sin consciousness”. So unworthy. Saved by grace. Could add nothing of our own initiative to redemption. Grace and grace alone.
It’s high time to take hold of the force of righteousness. To be representatives of Jesus wielding the sceptre of His Name, as if by power of attorney. Demons flee. Sicknesses loose their hold. Stubborn unbelief and defeatism melt before our heartfelt testimony.
In getting us to this place, Kenyon…
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