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Heal Not Lightly - Harry Smith

Heal Not Lightly Harry Smith

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In this book I invite you to travel with me on a personal journey that takes us to some of the spiritual roots of the current political situation in Northern Ireland – some of Ireland’s painful history; what God says about covenants and some of the things that hinder His purposes, including spiritual strongholds and the sins of the fathers to the third and fourth generations.

Yet through it all, I see a real hope of the river of God’s Spirit flowing throughout the whole of Ireland – through the Church, culture and society – in healing power.

This is a radical call to intercession for all Christians with a heart to pray for Ireland and specifically to the current spiritual leadership of the Protestant Churches, to remove what I believe through my research, to be a foothold of Satan produced by a covenant that our forefathers entered into in 1912 – The Ulster Covenant. This is all the more significant when we realize that the 100th anniversary of that Covenant is drawing near.

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