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About Lee Ann Rubsam
Lee Ann's chief interests revolve around her family, church family, prayer, and building up the body of Christ. She and her husband Paul make their home in Appleton, Wisconsin. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.
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Weird dreams -- what if they're not the result of that nacho cheese dip you ate too close to bedtime? What if they are really messages from God so wrapped in symbolism that you're not recognizing them for what they are?
Throughout the Bible, God spoke to His people through dreams, and He's still doing it today. He wants to speak to you this way!
The Dream Book gives you the keys to understanding your dreams.
- How to discern whether your dream is from God, yourself, or the enemy of your soul
- God's varied purposes in speaking through dreams
- Creating an environment for God-dreams
- Understanding the language and mechanics of dreams
- How to tell the difference between literal and symbolic dreams
- Practical principles for accurate dream interpretation
- Common dream themes and symbols
- Dreams as tools for intercession
- How to interpret other people's dreams ... and more.
The Dream Book includes an extensive dictionary of Bible symbols with references.
Using God's Word to intercede or to decree His will in the earth is a powerful way to receive answers. But, how many times have you desired to pray Scripture relating to a specific need, but couldn't remember where the verses were to back up your petition?
The Intercessor's Companion is a topical listing of Bible verses which will aid you in receiving your breakthrough answers.
This is a much-expanded version of our smaller book, Encouragement from God's Word, with ten additional topics of particular interest to intercessors. Each chapter starts with encouraging thoughts to help build your faith. Bible verses are in a modernized rendition of the King James Version for easy reading.
Topics Include:Establishing Our Foundations for Prayer:
- Your Importance as an Intercessor
- The Bible Is True
- God Intends for Us to Know His Will
- God Promises to Guide His Children
- God's Promises Shall Stand
- God Means Great Good Toward Us
- God Will Not Let Us Be Ashamed
- God Helps Those Who Trust in Him
- God's Faithfulness Is Unfailing
- We Need Not Fear
- Our God Is Our Safety
- You Can Have Peace
- Our God Is a Listening God
- The Lord Answers Your Prayers
- Health and Healing
- Salvation for Loved Ones
- Our Nation
- Your Pastor (Ministry Leaders, Missionaries)
- The Church
- God Always Knew It All
- God Ultimately Will Have His Way
- The Battle Is the Lord's
- In God We Have Ultimate Victory
- Appendix A: Decreeing the Will of God
- Appendix B: Spiritual Warfare
The Names of God is an alphabetical listing, with Bible references, of the 600+ names of God as found in the King James Version of the Bible (KJV). Separate listings of the most prevalent Hebrew names of God and their meanings, the "I Am" names of God, and the "Who" names / characteristics of God are included.
The Names of God is an excellent Bible study tool to help you understand more about the nature of the God of the Bible. Studying the names of God will increase your knowledge of His character, build your faith, and expand your capacity for praise and worship.
Teach Your Kids to Hear God! gives simple explanations to help you and your children recognize the variety of ways God speaks. It also provides many practical tips for how to make listening for the Lord a daily adventure in your family. Although written particularly for homeschooling parents, this short book will work for any Christian parent who is willing to take the time to disciple his or her children into a deeper life in Christ.
Your Call to Intercession
What Intercessors Do
The Bible Helps Our Intercession
The Power of Your Prayer Language
Prayer that Counts
Breakthrough Intercession: Receiving Our Answers
Our Spiritual Armor
The Prophetic Connection
Maturing in Prophecy
Intimacy with God
You Don't Have to Be Weird
Pastors and Intercessors
The Pastor Specialty
What Can You Expect as an Intercessor?
Appendix A - Hotline to Heaven: Hearing the Voice of God
Appendix B - Hearing from God Through Dreams
Appendix C - Recommended Resources
In Your Intercession Questions Answered, Lee Ann Rubsam tackles questions intercessors and their pastors commonly have, from basic terminology to more complex issues they face as they walk out the ministry of prayer -- questions such as:
-- How to "flow with the Spirit"
-- How to keep from burning out
-- What kind of supernatural experiences are normal in the course of prayer
-- How to know when you have "prayed through"
-- What to do to avoid word curses and witchcraft prayer
-- Why there are tensions between you and your pastor (and how to fix or avoid them)
-- How to handle spiritual warfare wisely
-- And many more.
The answers to these questions are clearly laid out in the Bible. The problem is -- finding them! This listing of Scripture verses (KJV) arranged into nineteen topics is guaranteed to lift your spirit and renew your faith in the Living God.
If you are going through a hard time or need answers to prayer, this book is for you. What better way to pray effectively, than by praying the promises of God's Word? This book will help you to do just that.
The Homeschool Guide to Raising Prayer-Filled Kids presents a simple, step-by-step plan for developing lifelong, consistent prayer and Bible reading habits in your children. From her own experience, Lee Ann Rubsam shares the details of how to lead your children into intimate communion with God through prayer and the Word. If you have the desire to teach your children to pray, but have felt unsure of how to make it a reality in your home, this short book is for you.
The Spirit-Filled Guide to Personal Prophecy explains how to discern personal prophetic words which you receive from others and what to do with those words once you've got them. It also gives practical guidelines for how to keep out of trouble when you are prophesying personal words to others.
Topics covered include:
Does God still speak personally to us today?
Is every believer privileged to hear God?
In what ways does God speak to us through the Bible?
What is the inner voice? How does it sound?
How do I know if it is God, me, or the devil speaking?
What other ways does God speak, beyond the inner voice?
What hinders hearing from God?
Tips for better hearing
How to Pray and Read the Bible explains the basics of prayer and Bible reading in simple, down-to-earth language. Often, new believers are told to begin praying and reading the Bible without any explanation of how to go about doing so. In a fun-to-read, no-nonsense style, Lee Ann Rubsam answers the questions many new believers have about how to get started, but feel shy about asking:
When, Where, and How Long Should I Pray?
What Should I Pray About?
How Do I Know God Will Answer Me, and How Long Will It Take?
How Does God Talk to Me in Prayer?
Praying for the Baptism in the Spirit
Praying in My Prayer Language
When, Where, and How Long Should I Read My Bible?
What Translation Should I Use?
Where Should I Start Reading?
What if I Don't Understand What I Am Reading?
Do I Have to Read the Genealogies?
In Before Whom We Stand, Lee Ann Rubsam gives simple, foundational explanations of God's nature, as revealed in the Bible. You will discover His impeccable character, how the Persons of the Trinity function together, and the particular roles of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. You will also discover how God's nature affects the way He interacts with people.
Whether you are established in your faith, a new believer, or someone seeking to know more about what Christians believe, this book is sure to increase your understanding of Who the God of the Bible is.
5 Stars at Readers' Favorite!