God Told Me You're My Spouse "The Truth Behind This Deception in The Church"

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“GOD TOLD ME THAT YOU WERE MY SPOUSE.” •How many times have you heard these words in the Christian Community? •Are you a single pastor who has numerous women or men claiming to be your spouse? There is an unspoken of phenomenon that is happening in the Charismatic Church and it’s destroying the lives of many. There are many men and women in the church who are claiming to have heard God tell them who their spouse is when in fact, they have been deceived by an angel of light. This is leading to one of the greatest spiritual deceptions in the Christian community. Take a journey with Prophet Melva Rochelle LaVow, as she tells her true story and unveils the dark plans of the enemy and exposes the spiritual deception and witchcraft in the Church. Find out if you are in an apostate church. Learn to recognize the identifying marks of a false teacher and counterfeit spiritual gifts. This book will help sharpen your spiritual discernment and draw you into a... More > closer relationship with God.< Less
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First Edition
In Spirit and In Truth Ministries
March 13, 2013
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662.6 KB

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