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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X .5 (inches)|
Love Not the World: A Prophetic Call to Holy LivingWatchman NeeCLC Publications / Trade Paperback$7.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Spiritual warfare is real, and we are all involved whether we like it or not.
The Bible plainly tells us that Satan schemes against humanity and that he wants to devour us. Daily we struggle against Satan's strategies and desire to take over Gods kingdom. This battle will not go away, and ignoring it could be disastrous.
But don't be afraid. The victory is already won by Christ. No enemy is powerful enough to overcome the risen savior. In these pages, Mark Bubeck exposes the reality of the conflict and the hope believers have. He answers such questions as:
- What is Satan's strategy in spiritual warfare?
- Can a Christian be oppressed by demons?
- Can demonic affliction be passed down through family lines?
- What are the symptoms of demonic activity in a person's life?
Having sold more than 350,000 copies worldwide, this bestseller will help the reader triumph in the battle against demonic activity by relying on the almighty and powerful Son of God.
A pastor for more than 40 years, Dr. Bubeck is author of The Adversary, Overcoming the Adversary, The Rise of Fallen Angels, and Raising Lambs Among Wolves, now updated and re-published as The Adversary at Home.
He lives in Sun City, Arizona.
This book is being rereleased in 2013 and I received an advance copy from NetGalley for review. This book explains the basics of spiritual warfare and also serves as a practical guide. There are prayers at the end of the chapters designed to lead a person in prayer - not to be some kind of secret formula. The book is theologically conservative and cites well-known and respected leaders in the Christian faith (for example, Warren Weirsbe). Overall, I think this is a great guide for Christians to turn to when they need a fast and practical introduction to spiritual warfare. I recommend it alongside Dr. Ed Murphy's The Handbook for Spiritual Warfare. The world isn't what it seems on the surface and almost no one realizes it. This books helps remove the veil in a Biblical way. 4/5 stars.
-Perelandra Kilns, August 18, 2013