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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2011
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The Bait of Satan: Living Free From the Deadly Trap of Offense, with DVDJohn BevereCharisma House / 2010 / Trade Paperback$13.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 17 Reviews
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Holiness can be restored to churches by confronting rebellion and satanic influences. Readers will learn how this connection between conflict in the church and spiritual warfare stems from selfish desires and personal baggage individuals brings to the church, often resulting in unhealthy emotions and actions. Dr. Kirk Farnsworth shares his personal experiences as a pastor in dealing with conflict and how the church can fall under Satans influence. He identifies these satanic influences and how to counteract them by finding Jesus, which is peace, in the midst of the battle. Two appendixes are provided, offering tough questions for readers to look inward and see what transference or self-deception they may be bringing into the church body.
Dr. Kirk E. Farnsworth is an award-winning author of five books, including Wounded Workers (WinePress, 1998) and All Churches Great and Small (Judson, 2005). His extensive career has included experience as a naval officer, corporate executive (CRISTA® Ministries), college professor, a counseling psychologist and co-pastor of a disciple-making church. Dr. Kirk and his wife, Rev. Rosie, are retired and reside on agriforestry acreage near Seattle, Washington.