Utter Mysteries to God

Kwabena, Dautey Akufo

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Paperback (196 pages)

Xulon Press


Editorial Description

Utter Mysteries to God presents new insights into tongues speaking (prophecy tongues, prayer tongues, and counterfeit tongues) and its benefits, and Holy Spirit baptism in the Old Testament, New Testament and Church history.

Reader Reviews

Author's Comments
You utter mysteries to God when you pray in tongues. In this book, you will learn the importance of promoting and practicing Holy Spirit Baptism and Speaking in Tongues so as to become spiritually powerful and fiery for revival in your church.

You will learn how speaking in tongues in the Old Testament, New Testament, and Church history from the second century through to the twentieth century spurred Christian advance.

You will gain understanding in many aspects of tongues: public tongues, private tongues, prophecy tongues, prayer tongues, encrypted tongues, counterfeit tongues, and the concept and peril of evil spirit baptism.

You will improve your spiritual life and set out on a path of empowered service to God!

"This book will dispel the fear and doubt that keeps you from venturing into the arena of Holy Spirit powered service to God." (Rev. Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, The Apostolic Church, Ghana)

"This is one of the most comprehensive pieces on the subject of speaking in tongues. You will not be the same after going through this excellent work. You must consume this book." (Pastor Peprah Agyeman Duah, The Apostolic Church, USA.)

"This book is bold, brilliant and balanced, especially on a topic which seems controversial to many. This splendid work is a required reading for Christians at all levels." (Pastor Augustus Martey Asemnor, Church of Pentecost, USA.)

Pastor Kwabena Dautey Akufo is Massachusetts District Pastor of The Apostolic Church and the North America National Secretary. He is President of Karis Equipping Ministries, a church management consulting company. He has an MA in Religion from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, an MS in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a BA in Computer Science and Economics from Brandeis University.