Your Battles Belong To The Lord: Know Your Enemy And Be More Than A ConquerorJoyce MeyerFaithWords / 2019 / Hardcover$12.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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Many battles we face result from our own choices, or broken circumstances. However, some struggles can only be explained through conflict rooted in the spiritual realm. Joyce Meyer believes, once you recognize the enemy of your heart, you can fight from a place of strength and knowledge by studying and applying God's Word, praying, trusting, and choosing gratitude. In Your Battles Belong to the Lord, she shares insights not only on the nature and strategies of spiritual warfare, but also on the power and love of God. Your eyes will be opened in a new way to our great God, who wins every battle.
Sylvia Miller of The Tinderbox has always held a special place in her Old Order family being the only daughter, one Adeline Pelham jeopardizes when she shows up at the Millers' Hickory Hollow farm. It isn't that Adeline means to be a threat, but her very existence is a reminder of the painful secret in the Miller household. And with Sylvia and her mother still struggling to come to terms with that news, this is a challenging time to welcome this Englisher into their midst.
Despite the Millers' unexpected hospitality, Adeline is well aware that she's treading on Sylvia's turf, and she feels guilty about doing so when Sylvia is grappling with issues of her own. Sylvia is trying to rebuild her trust in her father, but now she is also uncertain what to make of her once-promising engagement to Titus Kauffman, who hasn't pursued her since she confronted him. Adeline wishes she could help Sylvia, but she's not sure that either she or Sylvia is ready for that in their relationship.
Can God make something good come out of the mistakes of the past? Or does Adeline's
arrival mark one too many surprises for the Millers and their Amish community?
If God had it His way, what would our churches look like?
In his most powerful book yet, Pastor Francis Chan digs deep into biblical truths, reflections on his own failures and dreams, and stories of ordinary people God is using to change the world.
As Chan says, "We've strayed so far from what God calls Church. We all know it. We know that what we're experiencing is radically different from the Church in Scripture. For decades, church leaders like myself have lost sight of the inherent mystery of the Church. We have trained people sitting in the pews to become addicted to lesser things. It's time for that to change."