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Strongman's His Name . . . What's His Game? An Authoritative Biblical Approach to Spiritual WarfareDr. Jerry Robeson, Dr. Carol RobesonWhitaker House / 2000 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 21 Reviews
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"The highest that can be said of any creature is that it fulfilled the purpose for which God made it." A. W. Tozer
What is holding you back from being all God wants you to be? Are you still holding on to past sins? Do memories of your spiritual failures haunt you? Or maybe you want to stay in control and not become one of those "fanatical" Christians?
Tozer says, "It is one of the devil's oldest tricks to discourage the saints by causing them to look back at what they were." Indeed, Satan has been in the business of intimidating and deceiving the people of God for a very long time. Tozer himself felt attacked by the devil even as he prepared the sermons distilled into this book.
But as we press toward maturity in Christ, we are armed with great strength to engage in battle with that great Adversary. We can stand up to the Devil and shout "I am a child of God! I will not take this any longer, and I remind you that the forgiveness and cleansing I have freely received comes from Jesus Christ!"
You can talk back to the Devil, but will you?
Pastor LennyBNew JerseyAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5It's getting beyond "church"August 2, 2011Pastor LennyBNew JerseyAge: 55-65Gender: maleTozer is rightly called "20th century prophet." We as believers need to get beyond the mechanics of "doing church" and walk in the challenging world of true Christian witness. Tozer helps give a courageous vision for this task. I do believe the cover needs to be changed. It seems so trivial as opposed to the content of the book.
Lakeview Christian Lifechurch5 Stars Out Of 5December 16, 2009Lakeview Christian LifechurchI didn't like the cover at all. I found it very inappropriate. The old cover was of a stately Lion--something, or someone able to talk back to the devil.
Ronald Rush5 Stars Out Of 5October 7, 2009Ronald RushAny thing that Bro. Tozer writes is excellent,including this read. It mixes humor with good solid spiritual facts. Highly recommend.I also recommend "The Best of Tozer", books 1 & 2. Brings to the surface things that Christians never imagined, or overlooked.