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Anointing Cynthia James

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Author: Cynthia James
Subtitle: The Gift, the Grace, the Power
Format: Hardcover
Length: 207 Pages
Published: 2015

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Throughout the entire Bible, “the anointing” is seen as a dynamic power that enabled believers to fulfill their destinies in the kingdom of God. While some people confuse the meaning of the anointing by using it interchangeably with one’s natural gifts and skills or the spiritual gifts of the Holy Spirit, Dr. Cynthia James defines the anointing as the manifest presence of God upon our lives. “The anointing” means the gift, the grace, and the power of the Holy Spirit to change and influence every aspect of our lives.

It was the anointing of the Holy Spirit at the launching of Jesus’ ministry that made Him so effective and so successful. The anointing is the empowering and the enabling of the Holy Spirit that transformed the believers who were gathered on the day of Pentecost into lives that made a difference in the first-century world, literally turning it upside down. And the good news is that the anointing is not just for pastors or teachers or spiritual leaders. It is available to all believers. The presence of Jesus will make all the difference in your life!

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: The Same Power That Raised Jesus
Chapter 2: Fresh Oil
Chapter 3: What the Anointing Does
Chapter 4: The Anointing Requires Obedience
Chapter 5: Longing for the Anointing
Chapter 6: The Main Ingredient of the Anointing Oil
Chapter 7: The Economical Move of God
Chapter 8: Get in Position
Chapter 9: Worship as Dialogue
Chapter 10: Worship His Presence
Chapter 11: Transformed
Chapter 12: Overcoming Power

About the Author:

Dr. Cynthia James is a psychologist and educator with two earned doctoral degrees and over fifteen years of experience as a graduate professor. Her career includes three local pastorates in Northern California as well as national and regional positions responsible for leadership development and church health. She has served as Vice President of City Team Ministries, a leading missionary organization, training and sending missionaries to 96 countries. She is also the recipient of the prestigious President’s Volunteer Action Award.

In 2001, Dr. James was consecrated to Episcopal office in recognition of long years of oversight to two western jurisdictions as Presiding Elder. After conducting evangelistic work in the following locations: Finland, Estonia, South Africa, several Caribbean Islands, and Turkey, Dr. James was invited to join The Potter’s House staff in 2012 in the position of Director of Christian Education. Dr. James has published numerous professional papers and two books, but takes immeasurable delight in her marriage of 46 years to Alvin James and the joys and challenges of having reared three adult children.