Patricia Paxton Canini Releases Spiritual Guidebook
Three years after its first publication, "A Guide to Survival, It's Called Revival!: When Great Tribulation Hits Your World" (published by WestBow Press), is getting an update. Author Patricia Paxton Canini expands on her text and provides step-by-step directions in using the scriptural elementary principles of Christianity in bringing permanent balance to emotional swings, gives new insights to heaven, the Holy Spirit and walking with God.
More than a Bible study, Canini's guide discusses topics that are sometimes missed in other studies. She uses scriptural explanation that God shows the blueprint of heaven in Moses' Tabernacle that heaven has two kingdoms, one large kingdom of heaven with a smaller one within it called the kingdom of God, His throne room. She also includes a detailed explanation of five of the copy and shadow layers of heaven on Earth.
"A Guide to Survival, It's Called Revival!" provides support and healing for readers looking for peace in God. Canini stresses the importance of order and security in God as well as obedience, repentance and forgiveness in this process. She teaches on 17 victories Jesus won and the benefits and rewards that follow.
"Anyone who wants a deeper walk with the Lord will be blessed to have this spiritual tool in their personal library," says Canini. "It can be used as the ultimate Bible Study for all believers."
"A Guide to Survival, It's Called Revival!"
By Patricia Paxton Canini
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781490828572
E-Book | 220 pages | ISBN 9781490828565
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Patricia Paxton Canini has served the Lord in many aspects of service for more than 30 years with teaching, preaching, evangelizing, prophesying and healing. She has been married for 48 years with children and several grandchildren.
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