The Rise of the Holy Ones

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The Rise of the Holy Ones
by Michael Fickess

"This book will be treasured manna for all who are in pursuit of God."
—Rick Joyner, President of MorningStar Ministries

 "To better understand the power of the Spirit of Holiness and its effect in the earth today, I encourage you to read this book."

—Bonnie Jones, Bob and Bonnie Jones Ministries


Holiness is one of the most important, yet most misunderstood, concepts in the Bible. The church is called to be a "holy nation," and the Scriptures promise that when the nations are shaken, a vast body of holy ones will rise to meet the challenge. The Rise of the Holy Ones explores these promises with sound biblical wisdom and prophetic insight. In this book, you will find:

  • An understanding of the Spirit of Holiness
  • A hope-filled view of the end times
  • Strategy for preparing for the next move of God
  • Wisdom for learning to walk daily with the Holy One
  • Insight into becoming a conduit for God's presence and power

Discover the deeper streams of holiness that bring liberty and empower us to abide in the Holy One all the time.

Reflection questions for individual and small-group study are included.


About the Author:
Michael Fickess is devoted to calling believers to pursue a more intimate relationship with God through authentic community, effective prayer, revelational knowledge of Scripture, and hunger for the "deep things" of God. He earned a Master's degree in Middle Eastern History after developing a heart for the Middle East during his tour of duty as an infantry soldier in Baghdad. Michael currently serves on Morningstar's Fellowship's intercession leadership team and as a teacher at the Comenius School for Creative Leadership, Morningstar's K-12 school. He and his wife, Rachelle, live in Charlotte, North Carolina, and have two children, Samuel and Ari. Michael's other works include Enoch's Blessing, The Restoration of All Things, and Paths of Ever-Increasing Glory.


ISBN:   9781607086901
Pages:   195
Product Code:   

  • MF4-005