Useful Books

Prophetic Ministry by Shane Mason

In this syllabus you will learn about the art of hearing God, distinguishing from the voices in this present age, to properly hear and adhere to the voice of God's Spirit, to operate and flow in the prophetic ministry. We will cover topics such as identifying the difference between the gift of prophecy, the spirit of prophecy and the ministry of the prophet. Other topics in The Prophetic Ministry will help us to understand the power of the spoken word as we distinguish between the written word and the spoken word. We will identify the language of dreams, as we search out a biblical understanding on dreams and their meanings, such as dreams from the soul, demonic influences and the Spirit of God. This book is set up as a teacher's manual for bringing systematic teaching to the subject of prophecy, prophets and the language of dreams. Written in a simple yet dynamic fashion, The Prophetic Ministry is a tool that will train students in seminaries to home group meetings to understand and operate in the gifting of prophecy and the revelation gifts of the Spirit.

Dreams and Visions by Dr. Joe Ibojie

Dreams and Visions presents sound scriptural principles and practical instructions to help us understand dreams and visions. It seeks to equip believers in the revelatory realm of dreams, their interpretation and usefulness in our everyday living. The book provides readers with the necessary understanding to approach dreams and visions by the Holy Spirit, through biblical illustrations, understanding of the meaning of dreams and prophetic symbolism, and by exploring the art of dream interpretation according to ancient methods of the Bible.
 

Dreams and Visions Volume 2 by Dr. Joe Ibojie

Welcome God's dreams for you. Dreams and Visions Volume 2 is packed full of exciting and Bible-guided ways to dis-cover the meaning of your God-inspired, dreamy nighttime adventures and your wide-awake supernatural experiences! Best-selling author and pastor, Dr. Joe Ibojie reveals why and how God wants to communicate with you through dreams and visions. In this second volume, the teaching emphasizes how to gain clearer understanding of your dreams and visions in a new, in-depth, and user-friendly way. Citing intriguing personal and relevant biblical experiences, you will discover how: to understand your dreams, God speaks into your spirit, to remember your dreams and dream revelations, the gift of dream interpretation works, to distinguish dreams from visions, visions and the third heaven operate pictorial visions and vision versus dream interpretation with a condensed dictionary of dream symbols.
Included at the end of each chapter are interactive, thought-provoking questions designed to stimulate deeper, more personal revelation about your dream and vision life.  
 
The Watchman by Dr. Joe Ibojie

The ministry of the watchman in a local church is possibly one of the most common and yet one of the most misunderstood ministries in the Body of Christ. Over time, the majority of these gifted people have been driven into reclusive lives because of relational issues and confusion surrounding their very vital ministry in the local church. Through the pages of The Watchman you will learn: Who these watchmen are -How they can be recognized, trained, appreciated, and integrated into the Body of Christ - About their potential and how they can be channelled as valuable resources to the local leadership - How to avoid prophetic and pastoral pitfalls - How to receive these gifted folks as the oracles of God they really are. The 21st century watchman ministry needs a broader and clearer definition. It is time that the conservative, narrow, and restrictive perspectives of the watchman s ministry be enlarged into the reality of its great potential and value God has intended. 

Understanding the Dreams You Dream Revised and Expanded by Ira Milligan

God frequently talks through dreams. The Bible reveals that in the past, dreams were the most common way God talked to His people. The people in the Bible communicated with God through prayer, and He answered them in dreams. God does not change, neither has the way He communicates with His children. Unlike the early Christians, today's believers often treat dreams like junk mail. In doing so, they often throw away the very answers they asked for when they prayed for counsel and guidance. Understanding the Dreams You Dream is written from a Christian perspective to help Christians understand the symbolic language of dreams. Deliberately written without technical jargon, this book can be easily understand and used by everyone. It is the only complete, one-volume Christian reference book for interpreting dreams on the market today.

 
The Name Book: Over 10,000 Names - Their Meanings, Origins, and Spiritual Significance by Dorothy Astoria

Baby-naming has become an art form with parents today, but where do parents go to find names and their meanings? The Name Book offers particular inspiration to those who want more than just a list of popular names. From Aaron to Zoe, this useful book includes the cultural origin, the literal meaning, and the spiritual significance of more than 10,000 names. An appropriate verse of Scripture accompanies each name, offering parents a special way to bless their children.
  All of the Trees in the Bible by Leila AE Harris

God grew the tree that would one day hold up His only -begotten Son There are many symbolic references to trees in the God's Word. What Can We Learn by Studying Them? God's majesty in His creations is evident when we look at the trees of the earth. Each one begins as a tiny seed that receives its daily nourishment from the sun and rain. Nothing is more vibrant than the beautiful autumn leaves, yet few things are as refreshing and promising as the first buds of spring. As we look at the trees during the four seasons, we are reminded of the ups and downs in our lives, how God is always there for us-providing our daily nourishment. All the Trees of the Bible is the most complete reference book on the subject. A must for every student of the Bible, this reference book contains original Greek and Hebrew names as well as Strong concordance numbers and definitions. 
  All of the Animals in the Bible by Leila AE Harris 

God Saved More Animals than Humans from the Flood: What Can We Learn by Studying Them? When the "Holy Spirit descended in a bodily shape like a dove" upon Christ, John could not contain himself and got to bare witness of the marvelous event. (Matt 3:16). The sheep is the emblem of the Christian. In Old Testament times, sheep were clean and edible, because they chewed the cud and had cloven hooves. So too are we sheep in Christ's sheepfold as we "chew the cud" and meditate on His Word. We also are "cloven-footed" as we live in this world, but our hearts long for Heaven. All The Animals of the Bible is the most complete reference book on the subject. A must for every student of the Bible, this reference book contains original Greek and Hebrew names as well as Strong concordance numbers and definitions.