You're currently on:

ETH ONLINE STORE

My Cart

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Help and Info

If you have any questions or concerns about the store or any products within, please contact us at : P.O. Box 447 Jasper, Arkansas 72641 Telephone: 870 446-2252 Fax: (870) 446-2665 or e-mail us at books@eth-s.org.

Newsletter

More Views

Purging Your House, Pruning Your Family Tree

Email to a Friend

Be the first to review this product

Availability: In stock.

$15.99
Add Items to Cart
OR
Add Donation
Minimum donation $0.00

Quick Overview

How to rid your home and family of demonic influence and generational oppression. Perry Stone teaches us how to evict the enemy by quoting Scripture, experiencing the anointing, rebuking the devil, and having strong faith.

Product Description

Do the following questions express what you have felt-or asked-in the past? Does a weeping willowdescribe your family tree? Do you secretly wish you had been born to a different family? Did you pick up some bad DNA from someone in your lineage? Would you like to put on a new set of genes and make a new you? Is there a warfare going on that you won't talk about? What are the keys to a happy home and marriage? If so, keep reading! There are two important ways for you to alter your present personal situations and prepare for a great emotional and spiritual future-by purging your house and pruning your family tree. Purging your house involves removing spiritual, emotional, and mental hindrances from three houses: spiritual, physical, and emotional. The author teaches readers the 3-step process of removing the leprosy (laying aside the weights or sins), rebuilding a fresh foundation (replacing old thoughts with new thoughts), and restoring the house (new friends, relations, directions). Pruning your family tree involves a process called redemptive alteration, which positively impacts your future when the Word of God defeats the sin habits and overcomes the carnal nature through regeneration. The author reveals the dangers that can harm or destroy our family are the same dangers that destroy nature's trees-storms that place pressure on the branches, drought the destroys the leaves, cold weather that destroys the fruit, and floods that uproot the entire tree.

Additional Information

Author Perry Stone

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.