Wrongfully Accused, the chronicle of Bob Ford's life from sin to the saving grace of God, to his call as a modern-day apostle with over-the-top miracles along the way. Bob's story begins with the details of his early years in a low-income dysfunctional family with an abusive father. He was sentenced to jail and experienced what it meant to be in a holding cell, a jail, and a minimum security prison. The story chronicles his physical and emotional battles and challenges and his cry to God, a God he wasn't sure existed. God heard and answer Bob's prayer. He was saved from a second prison term, and his life changed in a way he never dreamed possible. Bob, Sue, and their five children went on to experience some of the most profound miracles of God ever recorded. Their story is an inspiration to all and a living testimony to God's grace, mercy, and miracle working power. Throughout this book, Bob spells out the circumstances and events that God used to teach him the keys to the supernatural miracle working life of a true Christian. Bob sets forth these keys, with scriptural references, for the reader to discover and use to open the door to God's grace and power. Bob was an unlikely choice for God to use to change thousands of lives and entire City's as well. Bob went from a gun-toting shell of a dirt-poor man with a prison record and no self-esteem to a missionary, evangelist, miracle worker, pastor, church planter and author. To God be the glory!
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|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||His Voice Publishing|
|Date published: ||Feb 2010|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
This product is listed in the following categories:Non-Fiction > Religion > Inspirational
Non-Fiction > Body, Mind & Spirit > Spiritualism
Non-Fiction > Religion > Christianity > Pentecostalism