A Soldier Looks at Spiritual Warfare

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Chosen Books, 2004 - Religion - 220 pages
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Know your enemy. He knows you. The Bible tells us that the devil is constantly on the prowl. This can be unsettling at best, for how can we possibly hope to win a battle against this raging, unrelenting enemy? Dick Denny, a seasoned veteran of World War II and spiritual warfare, begins at the beginning in this practical, fascinating primer. Using real-life military analogies, he confronts us with the reality of spiritual warfare and takes us through the battle plan step-by-step. This life-changing book will help you grow in confidence and find peace, even in the midst of battle. The way is often difficult, and Denny can testify to this after losing his oldest son in Vietnam. But he offers hope in the knowledge that, in the end, there is victory for all followers of Christ.

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Contents

About This Book
9
Foreword
15
Preparing for War
17
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Dick Dennys the former national coordinator for the International Lutheran Renewal Center (which sponsors the annual Conference on the Holy Spirit). After twenty-two years of owning a business, he has set up miniconferences across the country, spoken at many churches, and taught the Bible in the United States and overseas. Dick and his wife, Betty, live in Roseville, Minnesota.

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