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Keeper of the Keys
Keeper of the Keys by Thomas Schlueter


 
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Author: Thomas Schlueter
Format: Paperback
Length: 214 Pages
Published: 2009

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God desires to transform the world you live in and Hes calling you. Will you respond?

In a critical time when many weep over the moral deterioration of our culture, God desires to bring order out of chaos. Throughout history, He has always used gatekeepers to establish His Kingdom on earth. Men and women armed with the power of God to revolutionize their homes, workplaces, cities, and nations. These gatekeepers have a two-fold responsibility: to transform their cities and to be Keepers of the Keys.

In this groundbreaking book, Tom Schlueter shares the biblical blueprint for churches, marketplace leaders and hungry believers to recapture their city gates and become Keepers of the Keys.

Our God desires to transform the world you live in and Hes calling you. Will you respond?

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: The Season of Nehemiah

Chapter 2: The City and the Church

Chapter 3: Nehemiah: The Profile of a Gatekeeper

Chapter 4: The Cupbearer

Chapter 5: Examining the Walls

Chapter 6: Gatekeepers: Called to Build

Chapter 7: The Enemy Within

Chapter 8: Its All About the Gates

Chapter 9: The Purpose of Gates

Chapter 10: Gatekeepers

Chapter 11: Acting as a Gate

Chapter 12: The Opposition Part One

Chapter 13: The Opposition Part Two

Chapter 14: At the Threshold

Chapter 15: Set in Place

Chapter 16: The Finishing Pieces

Epilogue

Appendix One: Birds Fort

Appendix Two: Drive around Texas

Appendix Three: The Report from Austin

About the Author


About the Author

Dr. Tom Schueter has been Sr. Pastor of Prince of Peach Church, a strategic house of prayer in Arlington, TX, over 19 years. He is also the Director of Arlington Prayer Net, the Trinity Apostolic Prayer Network with Dutch Sheets and the Reformation Prayer Network with Cindy Jacobs. He serves as the Arlington director for National Day of Prayer, and as Chancellor of the Strategic Training Center for Intercessors. Tom is married to his wife Kay and they have three children Josh, Katie, and Amy.