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The Sound of Freedom: How to Bring the God of the Breakthrough into Your Toughest Struggles Paperback – February 19, 2019
Release the sound of freedom over your life!
No problem you face is too big or too small for Jesus to step in and solve! The Good News of the Gospel is that the power to set captives free is available to you, right now.
Jenny Weaver struggled with many deep issues such as cutting, witchcraft, rebellion, self-hatred, rejection, sexual brokenness, drug addiction, violence, and even homelessness, but Jesus stepped in and set her free—from every single stronghold and bondage! Now Jenny wants to show you how simple it is to walk in the freedom that your heart longs for.
In The Sound of Freedom, you will receive the keys to:
- Receive and maintain your breakthrough miracle
- Break the cycle of “up and down” living
- Access a deeper, more satisfying relationship with God
- Saturate your atmosphere in the breaker anointing
- Sing prophetically to the Lord and release sounds from Heaven
- Discover and activate the different sounds of deliverance
- Identify and break the roots of strongholds
Access the breakthrough power that Jesus purchased at the cross, and release its supernatural sound over every bondage, stronghold and impossibility you are facing today!
“Where there is desire
There is gonna be a flame
Where there is a flame
Someone’s bound to get burned
But just because it burns
Doesn’t mean you’re gonna die
You’ve gotta get up and try, and try, and try.” -P!nk
I saw P!nk and that dancer perform this song live along the Truth About Love Tour last year. It was beautiful and breathtaking. She can hold him on her tiny little body.
I have never been in such a large crowd in my entire life. I didn’t even bother to get a tee shirt. It was that bad. lol!
“She can hardly speak, and so she screams.” –Manic, by Plumb
Such a powerful line, don’t you think?
I love this song! Plumb is awesome…
—Me with my first guitar. I still do not play. Its a beautiful prop though! Jk! However, I am looking into buying a new one since I recently sold my Fender Stratocoustic…which I deeply regret.
I want to write songs like I did in high school…time to bring it all back.