Dominiquae Bierman

The Identity Theft

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Find the relationship with Messiah that you've always wanted!

For many of you, despite your best efforts, Satan comes to you with doubt, questions, and spiritual dryness. You yearn for a deep, intimate relationship with Messiah, together with the power of the Holy Spirit. It seems far off, but breakthrough author Archbishop Dr. Dominiquae Bierman is here to show you how to find your identity in Messiah with an urgent message on the restoration of His identity as a Jew.

A misplaced identity of Messiah will not bring you lasting revival. That's why you need to unlearn the romanization so you can succeed in the genuine power of the Holy Spirit. The Identity Theft teaches you to renounce deceptive theologies that cause Christian anti-Semitism so you can walk in the power of the first century gospel.

In this book, you'll learn:

How to grow and strengthen your faith How to get equipped against End-time deception and live in revival How to receive a pure view of the Holy Scriptures How to simplify your walk with God without religion How to unleash your identity in Messiah How to live free from deceptive, antisemitic theologies And much, much more!

The Identity Theft: The Return of the 1st Century Messiah includes many sources from journalists to Emperors that show you the urgency of restoration. If you're burdened with religion, this book will help guide you to achieve the first century's anointing. Mature your personal relationship with Messiah on the truth that will set you free.

Read The Identity Theft to ignite revival and grow unshakeable faith!

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