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Are believers really allowed to appear in the court of heaven? In the last few years, an increasing number of believers have appeared in the courts of heaven to answer accusations that were brought against them by an adversary. As a result of their appearance, illnesses have vanished, legal proceedings against them have been halted and demonic attacks have suddenly stopped. These things cannot all be written off as coincidence. Many Christians have been surprised when they first hear the courts of heaven exist. Many more have been shocked at how their lives have changed after appearing in court and facing their adversary. The courts are places where the legal proceedings of heaven are carried out. Cases are brought before a Judge, witnesses testify and rulings are handed down. Just like in a human court, if an accusation is brought against us in the court of heaven and it goes unanswered, it can cause trouble. Many of us are being accused right now by an adversary in the court of heaven and aren't aware of it. With the same down-to-earth teaching style used in Traveling in the Spirit Made Simple and Divine Healing Made Simple, Praying Medic clearly explains what the courts are and why we may want to appear in them. After reading the Bible-based teaching, testimonies and simple illustrations provided in this book, even the least experienced believer will be able to boldly go before the court and obtain victory. This book answers the most common questions people have about the courts of heaven. Why, when and how we can appear there and how to obtain victory over an accuser. There's even a simple, step-by-step protocol provided at the end of the book that shows you exactly what to say and what not to say. What you'll learn: What the courts of heaven areWhy you should appear in courtHow to appear in courtHow to know when you're being accusedKnowing what the accusation isResponding to an accusationBeing exonerated by the courtReceiving a verdictObtaining scrollsEnforcing the verdict



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