Jannah Mitchell was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Early years through high school graduation were lived in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jannah obtained a B.A. and two master’s degrees in Chicago, Illinois, from Northeastern Illinois University, UIC, and Roosevelt University respectively. Jannah reconnected with her childhood religious roots at Living Word Christian Center in Forest Park, Illinois in 2000. She graduated from the Living Word School of Ministry and Missions in June 2002. Jannah has served with missions’ teams in Bogota and Cali, Colombia, S.A.; Hyderabad, India; Panama (Central America); and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jannah has a heart for new Christians and for any Christian who is struggling. She hopes that her works will speak to the commonality of obstacles confronted when Christians are moving from darkness into the Kingdom of God. Hopefully, this book and her other works will point the way to victory through spiritual development and renewal of the mind.
In my quest to gain an understanding of the mysteries Paul spoke of, I examined the Pauline epistles. I found a treasure of revelation as I was led through the labyrinth by E.W. Kenyon and later Derek Prince. They had years before delved into the secrets revealed by Paul’s writings.
One thing about God’s Word – it never dries up. Its revelations are never depleted or exhausted. As long as one studies and longs for revelation and understanding, one’s desires will be rewarded. God’s Word is an endless fountain of thirst-quenching water for the soul.
What did I find? I found GRACE, — which is the reality of redemption. There is a lot of talk about grace these days. But what is grace really? This book explores the many facets of God’s gift of grace, freeing the Christian reader to live in a space free of guilt, shame, and sin-consciousness. The finished work of Jesus Christ created that space for every born-again Christian. Walk into that place of liberty and power. God’s GRACE awaits your recognition.