Deliverance is a popular topic of conversation in some churches today, but many Christians are not even aware of what they need to be delivered from or how to do it! In Bishop George Bloomer's new release, Throw Off What Holds You Back, readers will uncover some overlooked and forgotten cultural curses that may have been hidden within families and communities for generations. Several of the curses he addresses are the curse of thinking too small, the curse of idol worship, and the curse of religious spirits. Bishop Bloomer simply cuts to the chase with a straightforward, no-nonsense approach to spiritual growth!
Take hold of God’s promises…call the devil a liar! Find freedom from the cultural, religious and mental “baggage” that keeps you from receiving God’s blessings. Your past does not have to stand in your way! If you find your old tapes are preventing you from hearing His voice, then take this book home with you!George Bloomer takes you on a journey toward spiritual freedom. Resist the urge to return to those times when you were enslaved and in your “comfort zone”! Leave them behind and never look back! “Be careful not to complain while being delivered from your bondage. …It’s not the trials you experience along the way that will destroy you. The way you react will ultimately determine whether or not you’ll be able to enjoy the fruits of the promised land.”Throw Off What Holds You Back brims with hope. It is a fascinating how-to manual for spiritual growth and victory…and you can have it all! About the author: Bishop George G. Bloomer is the senior pastor of Bethel Family Worship Center Church in Durham, North Carolina, and the founding president of Young Witnesses for Christ, a youth outreach ministry with chapters in the United States and abroad. He is also presiding bishop of CLURT (Come Let Us Reason Together) International Assemblies, which oversees a number of churches in America and around the world. He is the author of the national bestseller, Witchcraft in the Pews&Who's Sitting Next to You? Bishop Bloomer and his wife, Jeanie, have two daughters, Jessica and Jennifer.