Hell's Spells

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Charisma Media, 2012 - Religion - 209 pages
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Are we living in a spellbound world?
When we think of spells, the picture conjured up in our minds often has more to do with fables we learned as children. An ugly old woman in a pointed hat reciting incantations at a boiling cauldron. The reality, however, is much more dangerous. Once given access to our lives, Satan can manipulate, dominate, and intimidate even the strongest Christian.

Hellís Spells draws from Paulís writings to the Galatian church to bring you a fresh awareness of Satanís spells and strategies, demonstrating how you can break free from the influence of such evils as:
∑††††††† Controlling spirits
∑††††††† Generational curses
∑††††††† Witchcraft in the home

Cutting through the sensationalism and spookiness of spiritual warfare, Raley enables you to identify, understand, and break every bewitching spell the devil wants to launch against your life, your family, and your purpose.
  

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A great read, but not a how to.

User Review  - MMinO - Christianbook.com

This book was well written with great historical as well as Biblical insight. It is simple, yet written in an interesting manner. Although I have read many books on the subject, it provided me with great new thoughts! Well worth reading-even if it were not such a bargain! Read full review

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I think Hell's Spells and Hell's Gospel are the new Religion of the Universe. As the author of Hell's Gospel I cannot recommend a better book for the modern warfare that exist's among us all and no one the wiser except through the eyes of Magic. Welcome to Magic Religion of the Universe.

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About the author (2012)

Jim Raley is the senior pastor of Calvary Christian Center, in Ormond Beach, Florida, and the president of Calvary Network International. His teaching and preaching have inspired thousands to overcome obstacles that would hold them back from complete victory. He and his wife, Dawn, have three children.†

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