My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“God is mustering an army of women with the Anna anointing who will cry out until the knowledge of the glory of the Lord covers the earth as the water cover the sea. Those with the Anna anointing will labor in intercession for the release of God’s power to win the lost, revive the church, and impact society with the gospel of the kingdom.”
“These women will be equipped with fire, zeal, and power to proclaim the name of Jesus Christ to those who look for redemption. God is awakening a prayer movement that will release the power of kingdom. We will see righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost on the earth once again.”
The Anna Anointing by Michelle McClain-Walter is 130 pages of pure revelation. While this is not a big book, both in physical size and page length, it is one of the most powerful books that I’ve read in a very long time. It contains 10 chapters plus the Introduction… that took me many days to read. This isn’t a book that you just read and put down. This is a book that you read a chapter, and then you read the chapter again in order to digest the nuggets that it contains. As you read, the Holy Spirit begins to stir your heart with longing and desire to be a prayer warrior with the Anna anointing. You begin to realize as you read that this is what you have been longing to understand. You do, in fact, desire to “become a woman of boldness, power, and strength” for the Kingdom.
I would encourage women of all ages and spiritual levels to pick up this book and read it for yourself; you will find your hearts desire within the pages.
About the Author: Michelle McClain-Walters has traveled to more than forty nations and has conducted schools of the prophetic that have activated thousands in the art of hearing the voice of God. She is the author of The Prophetic Advantage, and she currently serves as director of prayer ministry on the staff of Crusaders Church under the leadership of Apostle John Eckhardt. She is also one of the house prophets and apostolic team leaders at Crusaders Church. She resides in Chicago with her husband, Floyd, and daughter, Eboni.
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