Rejection, the Ruling Spirit  -     By: Fay Ellis Butler
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Rejection, the Ruling Spirit

Xulon Press / 2008 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 116
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 5.51 X 8.50 X 0.27 (inches)
ISBN: 1606472240
ISBN-13: 9781606472248

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This book is a must read for those working in ministries as well as individuals who plan to win in the relentless challenges and attacks Satan sends against individuals, families and churches. As the prince of this world and the prince of demons Satan attempts to RULE with acts, thoughts and feelings of REJECTION. Rejection, the Ruling Spirit is a real force and power with the intent of controlling mans inner man with the spirit of rejection. Acts of rejection can be as simple as being slighted at social gatherings or as harsh as rape or incest. Responses can range from slight depression to suicide. Read this book and learn how to win and keep winning because Jesus sacrificial death has made us kings and priests unto God. FAY ELLIS BUTLER was raised in the Church of God in Christ, a daughter of a pastor, Rev. R.N. Ellis, Sr. After completing her secondary education in the public schools of New York City, she attended Bellevue/New York University School of Nursing and became a Registered Nurse. Later, graduating from Queens College (City University of New York) with honors, she received two Masters and a PH.D. in Medical Anthropology from Columbia University. FAY has worked in church all of her life teaching Sunday School and Bible Study, in prayer and outreach ministries, as well as counseling. She has traveled all over the United States (including Alaska), Africa, Asia, South America and the Caribbean as a missionary. She is the wife a pastor, Rev./Atty.// John L. Butler, the mother of seven children and eight grandchildren. She considers herself greatly blessed of God because all of her children are servants of the Master working faithfully in their respective churches.

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