In this revised and updated edition of The Future War of the Church, the authors reveal that God is still calling His people to join together to do battle with the forces of evil in this world, empowered by the One whom death could not conquer. "No demonic force, including lawlessness, will be able to stand against a fully functioning Body of Christ. Operating properly in the gifts will lead us back to love where we can work together according to the heart of God." Lay people and church leaders alike can fight against the darkness, using worship, prayer and faith in the strength of the Lord our God. Includes key prayer focuses for standing strong in battle.
In The Future War of the Church, Chuck Pierce and Rebecca Wagner Sytsema shared a vision from God. They showed lay people, intercessors, and church leaders how to advance God's kingdom and use worship, prayer, and spiritual warfare to overcome the lawlessness and violence in our society and the world during the seven-year season of war from 2001 to 2008. Readers will not want to miss this revised and updated edition with a brief historical background at the beginning of each chapter, which offers an update on the prophetic words from 2001 and what came to pass. The authors urge readers to press on as the Lord is still calling His people to come against works of darkness with boldness and power from on high. "No demonic force, including lawlessness, will be able to stand against a fully functioning Body of Christ. Operating properly in the gifts will lead us back to love where we can work together according to the heart of God."
REBECCA WAGNER SYTSEMA is coauthor of Possessing Your Inheritance, Protecting Your Home from Spiritual Darkness, and Commitment to Conquer. She lives with her husband, Jack, and their three children in Florida.
Chuck D. Pierce is president of Glory of Zion International Ministries and president of Global Spheres, Inc. in Corinth, Texas. He is known for his accurate prophetic gifting which helps direct nations, cities, churches and individuals in understanding the times and seasons in which we live. Chuck and his wife, Pam, have six children and eight grandchildren.