Provoking Exploits through the force of Imposing, Aggressive Faith
And such as do wickedly against the covenant shall he corrupt by flatteries: but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits. – Daniel 11:32
The strength of your enemy is your ignorance. Those who are weak and ignorant will be exploited but those who are strong will have exploits. An exploit is a great feat that brings joy and every believer is called to a life of unlimited exploits – yet not every believer is experiencing this quality of life. It’s not because God is limiting anyone from a life of exploits, there are just some key life-elements and attributes that are likely missing. Using Daniel 11:32 as the foundational verse, you will learn the prophecy and the history that this verse refers to. From the text, Glenn unravels five key attributes the believer must have in order to lead a life of exploits, specifically:
- Knowing God
- Being strong
- Having Imposing, aggressive faith
- Persistent and importunate prayer
- The leading of the Spirit
For many believers, the time span between exploits is too long. The Scripture says, ‘Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us with benefits…’ (Psalm 68:19).
Therefore we can have daily exploits. Many books have been written about faith but this book will open up another vista that will boost your faith for supernatural exploits.
These five attributes – when implemented in your life – will set you up for exploits. No longer will you be exploited!