“Poverty Shall No Longer Knock at Thy Door,” demonstrates a wise and honest approach toward your financial freedom. The principles in this masterpiece are not only scriptural-based, but plainly understood. Throughout my 30 years of the blessed success I've experienced, I've followed the same principles that are in this book! One of my favorite lines is, "Receiving the promises of God are conditional, and that condition is doing the work.” Wow! Such a mind-blowing and life-changing statement! Congratulations, Bishop Roy Ferguson on writing a book that will change lives forever with only one condition...you must get a copy and read it!!!!- Vickie Winans Grammy Award Winning Gospel Artist, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
The Body of Christ has been in need of an understanding of how to claim the abundance that Jesus came to give. It is due time for us to no longer live below the covenant blessings and privileges that Jesus Christ won for us on Calvary. One's obedience to the godly principles in this book will transform a poverty mentality and level the playing field for success. I admonish you to take this book seriously. Study it along with the study of the Word of God, because knowing the truth will surely make you free. Get this book in your spirit, so we all can be able to say, "Poverty Shall No Longer Knock at Thy Door!"- The Late Apostle R. D. Henton Esteemed & Accomplished Apostle of Monument Of Faith Church
In this book POVERTY SHALL NO LONGER KNOCK ON MY DOOR my friend Bishop Roy Ferguson has captured the complete road map to a successful life. He easily could have argued the deck was stacked against him and given up. But through “challenging every obstacle”, a “determination to succeed “and, “strong values”; he utilized his GOD given values and skills to find the path to success. I have had the privilege of knowing Roy for over 35 years and I hope I have been able to give to him a small portion of what he has given to me. All that feel defeated need to take time to read this book.
This is a moving and deeply personal account of a truly blessed and bountiful life. The "evil spirit" of poverty, as so well described by Bishop Ferguson, will never stand a chance against the powerful information presented in this book.- Steve Hamilton, New York Times bestselling author of the Alex McKnight series