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Apostolic Reformation
Apostolic Reformation by Michael Scantlebury

Price: $15.99
Author: Michael Scantlebury
Subtitle: The Equipping Dimension of the Apostolic
Format: Paperback
Length: 208 Pages
Published: 2005

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"If the axe is dull, and one does not sharpen the edge, then he must use more strength; but wisdom brings success." Ecclesiastes 10:10

For centuries the Church of Jesus Christ has been using quite a bit of strength while working with a dull axe (sword, Word of God, revelation), in trying to get the job done. This has been largely due to the fact that she has been functioning without Apostles, the ones who have been graced and anointed by the Lord, with the ability to sharpen.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: In Defense of Apostles Today
Principles Set by Jesus
Apostolic Reference in Scripture
Other Apostles Besides the Original Twelve

Chapter 2: Working with Gold
Refining Gold

Chapter 3: Battle-Axes Need to Be Sharpened
Destroying Babylon
Apostolic Dichotomy
Another Dimension of the Apostles' Process
The Making of Apostles
Ministry of an Apostle
Benefits of Having Apostles in the Corporate Life of the Assembly

Chapter 4: Plowshares Turning into Swords
The Valley of Jehoshaphat
Send Judah First
Understanding the Davidic Spirit
The Cost of Worship

Chapter 5: The Fortress Church
Our Divine Connections
Davidic Example of a Fortress Church
Dynamics of a Fortress Church

Chapter 6: The Power of Unity
The Anointing Oil

Chapter 7: The Results of No Blacksmiths in Israel

Chapter 8: Understanding Apostolic Networks
Defining Some of the Functional Essentials of Apostolic Networks
Benefits of Apostolic Relationships
Defining Apostolic Relationships
Understanding Apostolic Relationships
Further Essentials for Apostolic Networks

Author Bio:

Michael Scantlebury is the founder and elder of Dominion Life International Ministries. He travels and ministers out of a tremendous desire to see the Church of Jesus Christ come to full maturity and unity for greater function in the earth. He lives with his wife, Sandra, and their three children in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.