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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2003
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Delivered to Destiny: From the Guttermost to the UttermostKimberly DanielsCharisma Media / 2005 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Healing the Wounded Heart: Removing Obstacles to Intimacy with GodThom GardnerDestiny Image / 2006 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Delivering the Captives: How to Help Others Find Freedom in ChristAlice SmithBethany House / 2006 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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God wants to reveal to you the secrets of how to press on even when the enemy would like you to cave in! Its time to reclaim what satan has stolen from you! With Gods protection and anointing, you can go into his camp, scout out the place, do battle and emerge victorious…no sweat!
YOU CAN LIVE ON TOP!
Let Kimberly Daniels tell you how to get rid of those pesky problems of habitual sins and to stand spiritually strong in all situations. You dont have to live in oppression, addiction or any kind of bondage, because Jesus came to set you free!
VICTORY CAN BE YOURS!
God loves to see His children beat up on the enemy…in His name! Allow God to show you His strategy. Pick up your God-given weapons, and learn how to use them with confidence as you read this basic training manual for spiritual warfare.
Jacksonville Councilwoman Kimberly Daniels is a sought-after conference speaker, preacher, and powerful prayer warrior. She pastors Spoken Word Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida, with her husband, Ardell. Daniels graduated from Florida State University and Jacksonville Theological Seminary and is the author of Spiritual Housekeeping; Inside Out; From a Mess to a Miracle; Clean House, Strong House; Delivered to Destiny; and Give It Back! She is also the coauthor of More Than Just the Catch.
"Throughout this book, Greek definitions are provided for biblical passages so that Daniels can argue her case from original documentation. However, the book's organization is sketchy and leaves the reader searching for the central theme after three chapters. Also, the use of slang diminishes the scholarly credibility of the author, despite the fact that she holds degrees from Florida State University and Jacksonville Theological Seminary in both secular and Christian education. Sometimes, as in Chapter Six, "Why the Devil Hates Women," the author takes a hiatus altogether from the book's theme.
"Obviously, Clean House Strong House was written for a readership that would be empathetic toward the charismatic movement. Unfortunately, even for Charismatics, the lack of organization makes the book hard to follow. The views of the author may be too illusory for most main stream Christians who might be more comfortable reading traditional books related to spiritual warfare." -- Johnny Boatright, Christian Book Previews.com