Ron Phillips





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Everyone's Guide to Demons ...
4.44 of 5 stars 4.44 avg rating — 57 ratings — published 2010 — 4 editions
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Our Invisible Allies: The D...
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Unexplained Mysteries of He...
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An Essential Guide to Bapti...
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Gem of the First Water : A ...
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Kisses from the Father: Com...
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Vanquishing The Enemy
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Awakened by the Spirit: Rec...
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Getting Rich The Right Way:...
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“To understand this phrase properly, we have to understand that the word wind is, in the Greek, the same word as spirit. What Jesus explained to Nicodemus here is that conversion is simple but also profound. Out of heaven will come a wind of the Spirit, and though you might not be able to tell where it came from or where it is going, you will know it when it hits you, and it will change you forever.”
Ron Phillips, Unexplained Mysteries of Heaven and Earth: Surprising Insights About Our World and Beyond

“Salvation is not something simply admirable; it possesses us and causes us to be a peculiar people. It is not simply understood; it is felt and experienced. When a person acknowledges his sins, confesses them, and trusts the death and resurrection of Christ to save him, he is saved. We do not receive a plan; we receive a person. We do not receive truth; we receive the One who said, “I am…the truth” (John 14:6).”
Ron Phillips, Unexplained Mysteries of Heaven and Earth: Surprising Insights About Our World and Beyond

“THERE ARE MANY misconceptions about miracles. While this is not the place for an exhaustive explanation of miracles, their existence, their purpose, or their power, it is important that there be an acknowledgement that miracles are. Miracles still happen today, and as important as it is that we acknowledge their existence, we need also to understand how they occur. Simply put, a miracle is a dimensional interruption whereby God breaks into our mundane existence and changes our lives from ordinary to extraordinary. It is a thing of wonder, and we can, and should, live in wonder again!*”
Ron Phillips, Unexplained Mysteries of Heaven and Earth: Surprising Insights About Our World and Beyond



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