When Seasons Change: Understanding Visions and Dreams, Volume 3

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AuthorHouse, Jun 25, 2008 - Self-Help - 128 pages

The many dreams you dream are depictions of personal change, revelations of future events or resolution to problems. This handy guide could be the key to a whole new world of understanding the ever-changing seasons of your life.

Seasons will change, are you equipped to meet the new challenges and changes they bring? Your new set of instructions will help you learn:

The secret to playing the game of life

Why dream numerology really work

How to maneuver between the seasons

Your mission on earth and the objectivity of your purpose

That the dream dictionary are signs from God to make you wonder

Much, much more!
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
19
Chapter Three
41
Chapter Four
63
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
115
Back Cover
117
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About the author (2008)

Bishop-Dr. Julieann Pinder is the author of more than 40 books and Founder of Baruch Christian Fellowship Ministries, Inc. with head-quarters in Miami, Florida plus manages two other thriving churches: Bahamas and Philippines. Dr. Pinder is a multi-gifted international motivational Speaker/Teacher. This ministry has spanned over 23 years to over 23 countries of the world. The ministry’s Radio Program, “Healing Streams of Grace,” airs in Africa and reaches over 92 million souls. Other outreaches include Baruch Leadership Training Academy (Bible College) plus much more. She is married to Princey Pinder who is the Senior Pastor and Co-Founder of Baruch Christian Fellowship Ministries, Inc.

“Bringing you life-changing messages from the un-changing Changer”

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