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Back to the Basics
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In this powerful book Apostle Eric Patton takes each reader back to the basics of the Word of God. This book will teach you the make up of man. It will teach you how to control your body, renew your mind and feed your spirit. It will teach you how to do the works that Jesus did while He walked the earth. It will teach you how to witness for the Lord. It will inspire you to be all that God has called you to do. Apostle Eric Patton will give you the SECRET to changing your life on a daily basis. By applying this SECRET you will control every situation that you face. This quick and easy read book is a must for every child of God that wants to accomplish great things in their life.


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