Supernatural Transformation (Paperback)Guillermo Maldonado
Change your Heart into God’s Heart
The central organ of the human body is the heart. It circulates the blood throughout the whole bodily system, pumping oxygen and nutrients to the other organs and pulling toxins away from them.
Yet we human beings have another “heart”—a spiritual one—that is the true center of our existence. Our spiritual heart is our identity. It is the foundation of our whole being, from which our desires, designs, purposes, will, thoughts, and attitudes originate.
Yet, as a result of the fall and our sinful nature, we all have symptoms of “heart disease,” and we need to know how to become spiritually heart-healthy. As the Scriptures say, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it?” ( Jeremiah 17:9). Every spiritual, mental, and emotional matter—and many physical ones—is rooted in the heart. The state of our spiritual heart affects all aspects of our daily living. Therefore, the condition of our heart will be the condition of our life.
Join Apostle Maldonado on a journey of discovery into the purpose, motivations, and potential of our spiritual heart. God wants us to understand how, in Christ, our heart is designed to “pump” life to our entire being—producing mental, emotional, and physical health and removing the toxins of sin.
We were created to reflect the heart of our heavenly Father. And God is ready even now to change our heart to be like His through a supernatural transformation!
About the Author
Active in ministry for over twenty years, Apostle Guillermo Maldonado is the founder of King Jesus International Ministry (Ministerio Internacional El Rey Jesús). He is a spiritual father to a growing network of over 300 churches in 50 countries that comprise the New Wine Apostolic Network, which he founded. Apostle Maldonado has a doctorate in Christian counselling and a master's degree in practical theology. He resides in Miami, Florida, with his wife and partner in ministry, Ana, and their two sons, Bryan and Ronald.
Size152 x 229 mm
Number of Pages304 pp