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Satan wants us to believe that Christians can't hurt each other--that spiritual attacks always come from outside the church. But when Dr. Kynan Bridges rips the mask off the Accuser, the truth is revealed: Satan's spirits of slander, gossip, and offense are actually using believers to infect the church from the inside out with bitterness and spiritual dissension. And even worse, believers are too often lending them a hand rather than fighting back.
If you want to stop working for the devil and instead promote peace and find freedom, this is your guide. Using a careful study of the Word of God and powerful testimonies, Dr. Bridges shows you how to recognize the impact of the spoken word, overcome church hurt, and embrace unity in Christ.
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Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2017
The demonic trio of slander, gossip, and offense has gained huge momentum both in our society and in the church. They ruin marriages, relationships, destroy churches, and discredit those in spiritual leadership. Even worse, instead of fighting them, believers daily aid these spirits. And daily, other believers fall victim. The church's main problem today is a lack of love, forgiveness, and unity.
Satan's favorite lie is that spiritual attacks always come from outside—that Christians can't hurt each other. But when Pastor Kynan Bridges rips the mask off of the accuser, the truth is revealed: Satan's spirits of slander, gossip, and offense are determined to tear the kingdom apart, and they use believers to do it—leading to bitterness and spiritual disease.
With a careful study of the Word of God, Pastor Kynan shows a way out. In this book, you will learn how to:
- Recognize the devastation of slander
- Identify the satanic nature of gossip
- Avoid the temptation to be hurt and offended
- Release those who have wounded you
- Use love and forgiveness as a powerful weapon to walk in victory over the enemy, the accuser of the brethren.