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Re: The Truth About NAR and 7 Mountain Theology
 
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Re: The Truth About NAR and 7 Mountain Theology


Derek Prince was a good man, very good man and there was nothing false about him.. He was honest, decent and still has a huge influence today. He set up his ministry DPM as a non profit ministry and made a huge loss at first, a lot of money those days but publishing his books helped out with the huge loss. Derek believed in helping people and said that God wanted him to preach to the poor for nothing but sell his books to those that could support his work. Derek was very open about his life and believed in the gift of tongues and that people could be made ill by demons, if he said's it is true then I would believe him because I never came across a more honest caring person than him... Prince repented very openly about his joining the Shepherding Movement, something which he regretted. However, he adopted many children and put his life at risk along with his wife many times to save them. I could say endless good stuff about Derek Prince and I believe it would be shameful to say anything negative about this man who was a man of God. In fact I would consider it shameful to say anything bad about him because he was such a good person. I have found myself very drawn to listening to him and am currently doing bible study with him. I believe about the gifts and I believe that Rainy has got it right.
 

 
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