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Author J. Vernon Duncan talks about the Bibles instruction on commanding financial and spiritual power in new book.
Trinidad (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
Money seems to be a constant headache for the rich, poor and everyone in between. The Bible tells us there is a way to get away from the scariness of dollar amounts and gain a personal wealth the way God intended.
Author J. Vernon Duncan discovered the Hebrew term for power, koch, in his biblical studies, and delved deeper into its meaning for our lives.
In his new book, Kingdom Wealth: The Power to Get It, Duncan explains how to unlock the keys of financial and spiritual success according to the Bible.
Kingdom Wealth draws mainly from Deuteronomy 8:18, and is meant to educate on the purpose for wealth and how we can serve God with it. Duncan also enunciates the widely discussed topic of tithing and sowing money in the church.
This book is definitely the most complete or holistic approach to understanding and applying the practical dimensions involved in obtaining wealth the Bible-way, Duncan said. What I enunciate in this book is what I have been practicing on a daily basis and have witnessed the results of.
Kingdom Wealth: The Power to Get It
By J. Vernon Duncan
Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Trafford Publishing online bookstores
About the Author
Apostle J. Vernon Duncan is the senior pastor of Divine Encounter Fellowship Ministries International and is one of the leading apostles from the Caribbean region. He has two masters degrees in agriculture economics and biblical studies, and is working on his Ph.D. in religious studies. Duncan and his wife of 38 years, Joycelyn, currently reside in Trinidad.
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