Breaking the Seals of Poverty


The aim of the book is to enlighten believers on the God-life designed by God for us, His children, which is one without poverty (Life in Eden). As such, it is an error for a Christian to walk in poverty. This book will provide you with seven seals of poverty that must be broken from our lives to secure our walk-in prosperity. Most of the time, when “poverty” is heard, many have their attention drawn to poor finances, but it is just an aspect of it. Lack of finances is not the only symptom of poverty, but also bad health, poor academics, unsuccessful marriage, deficient ministry, fruitlessness, and poor relationship with God are all manifestations of poverty.

 It is my prayer that as you flip through the pages and chapters of this book, the Holy Spirit will edify you by granting you a sense of understanding in order to equip you with the right knowledge and skills espoused in this book to deliver you from poverty.

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A. S. Talata

A. S. Talata is an author, a pastor, musician, an entrepreneur, a life coach, and a mentor to many. As a Christian theologian, she spent almost a decade of her life at the seminary before moving into full-time ministry. She is a people-driven leader who seeks to bring people to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and also supports people to live a purpose-driven life. She has a strong desire to see women live purposeful lives.
She is the founder of STAM, Prevailing Christian Ladies (PCL), and is the head pastor of the Inner Court Chapel (ICC).
A. S. Talata holds a Certificate in Ministry, a Diploma in Theology, a Bachelor's Degree, and a Masters in Theology, all from the Trinity Theological Seminary in Ghana. She began her full-time ministry right after her Master’s degree. She has an apostolic grace and her ministry is characterized by signs and wonders amidst singing, teaching, evangelism, and prophetic ministration.

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