Breaking Demonic Strongholds: Defeating the Lies of Satan

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 28, 2011 - RELIGION - 96 pages
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There is no doubt that discernment will be the most important tool in the arsenal of the believer in the years to come. We must be able to recognize, understand, and withstand onslaught of the evil one. When we can see the lies we believe, we begin our recovery and growth in our spiritual life. This is a how to book that every believers needs for daily fulfillment of God s dream for his life. Since the enemy is defeated and has no genuine power of us, he must use deception to sap us of our strength, our hope, our future. We can spend our time fulfilling our calling rather than fighting these lies, thus using our anointing to for the purpose of growth, peace and the joy of the Lord. Breaking Demonic Strongholds exposes these deadly lies of the enemy and explores just how these lies are so easily believed even though they are so obvious. The book also includes principles of understanding discernment and allowing discernment to have its rightful place in our lives. Multi-dimensional living and communication is explained in simple, easy-to-understand terms. When we understand who we are and how we are made, we can begin to use everything God has already given us for a fruitful and full-filling life.


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Don Nori, CEO and founder of Destiny Image, has worked in the publishing industry and ministered internationally for more than 25 years, working with people of all races and nationalities. Don and his wife, Cathy, live at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains in south central Pennsylvania where they raised their five sons and now enjoy their daughters-in-law and their grandchildren.

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