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Courts of Heaven An Introduction
Courts of Heaven An Introduction by Ron Horner

Price: $14.99
Author: Ron Horner
Subtitle: Embracing an Additional Paradigm of Prayer
Format: Paperback
Length: 131 Pages
Published: 2016

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In Luke 18 Jesus subtly introduces a third paradigm of prayer. The courtroom paradigm has gone overlooked throughout church history. Only in the last few years has this truth been uncovered with amazing results. Prayers that have long gone unanswered are being answered in a matter of days or even hours. Situations from which no hope seemed available are turning around.

This truth is for every believer, but it will also help thrust efforts of intercession into new levels of breakthrough. Once every legal obstacle hindering the answer to your prayers is removed, the answers will come. As we learn to engage the Courts of Heaven, lives will change – your life will change. You will experience answered prayer on a level you may have not thought possible.

Grasp these truths and begin to engage the Courts of Heaven. Court is now in session . . . all rise!

Table of Contents:
A Testimony
Chapter 1: An Old Paradigm
Chapter 2: Three Paradigms of Prayer
Chapter 3: The Problem with Delay
Chapter 4: Rightly Dividing the Word
Chapter 5: Will He Find Faith on the Earth?
Chapter 6: We Have an Adversary
Chapter 7: The Purpose of Accusation
Chapter 8: Dismantling the Accusations
Chapter 9: The Word of Our Testimony
Chapter 10: The Power of Our Words
Chapter 11: Dealing with the Past
Chapter 12: The Parties in the Courtroom
Chapter 13: The Protocol of the Mercy Court
Chapter 14: The Mercy Court Quick Guide
Chapter 15: In Conclusion

About the Author:
Dr. Ron Horner is an apostolic teacher specializing in overturning verdicts from the courts of Hell, local church government, freedom from captivity, and the subject of this book – the court system of Heaven. He and his wife, Adina, have been married for 35 years and have three daughters (two of whom are married), and one grandson. He resides in central North Carolina with his wife and youngest daughter, Darian.