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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Every day, Wells fixes her hair, putting on the helmet of salvation. She pads her bra, wearing the breastplate of righteousness, and she tightens her girdle, her belt of truth. She puts on her stomping shoes, exhibiting belief and praise. Lastly, she grabs her shield and her sword, declaring the truth of Gods Word. A daily battle rages for her soul, and for the soul of every human on earth. Wells writes that all struggles are symptoms of this war, and that Christians must fix their hair, pad their bras, tighten their belts, get ready to stomp, and wave Gods Word up high for everyone to see.
As Christians fight using Gods methods, which Wells explains in detail, they can fight confidently, knowing that Christ has already won the ultimate battle. Tough times dont last; tough people do (p. 125). Taking on the armor of God, and allowing God to transform their minds, Christians can recognize the lies of Satan and counter them with the truth of Christ.
Wells spends half her book preparing readers for her explanation of Gods armor. She covers topics including obedience to God, characteristics of the Holy Spirit that guides us, and trust in God. Some readers may find Wells chapters on the influence of demons controversial. Wells recounts her encounters with demonic spirits, and admonishes readers to remove things from their lives that may welcome demons. Overall, though, Dont Give In... God Wants YOU to Win provides sound, sometimes entertaining advice, living up to its title and helping readers to understand how they can win the battle of life with the help of God. Harmony Wheeler, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
ANGIE0402Cincinnati, OHAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5This is a great teaching series.February 2, 2012ANGIE0402Cincinnati, OHAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I used this teaching series in the workplace. Everyone loved it! Thelma teaches how to put on the armour of God and fight against the principalities. Her humor, humility, and compassion are phenominal. I highly recommend this for any type of small group setting.
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