Demolishing Strongholds Paperback
Effective Strategies for Spiritual Warfare
by David Devenish;
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Having a biblical model for understanding the enemy's strategies and dealing with them.
Keeping a balance between the reality of Satan and the demonic realm, our responsibility for our actions, and the absolute sovereignty of God.
Understanding that strongholds are wrong thinking, and learning to use Godly power to pull them down.
Understanding our authority in Christ.
Knowing our weapons and using them.
Demolishing Strongholds by David Devenish was published by Authentic in January 2013 and is our 5685th best seller. The ISBN for Demolishing Strongholds is 9781860248016.
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'A book full of biblical shocks and surprises that God has owned, to cause all heaven (and hell!) to break loose and set thousands free. A superb manual that will make you mad with the devil and eager to sign up and fight.' - Greg Haslam, Minister, Westminster Chapel, London.
'I was captivated and intrigued by the timely warning in Demolishing Strongholds. David Devenish has provided valuable insights on spiritual warfare. This book should be required reading for all who seek to advance the Kingdom of God through intercession.' - John Paul Jackson, Founder, Streams Ministries International.
'David's book on demolishing spiritual strongholds is the clearest biblical teaching on the subject I have ever read. This book should be mandatory reading for all serious Christians.' - Barney Coombs, Leader of the International Council, Salt & Light Ministries.
Details for Demolishing Strongholds
|Page last updated||24th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||David Devenish|
|Publisher||Authentic (January 2013)|
|Number of Pages||320|