unmasking the enemy

Author : Michael Gillyard
Genre : Religion
Release : 2013-11-11
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Unmasking The Enemy is a prophetic book that will help Christian leaders and believers learn how to engage the battle by using the Blood of Jesus against the Identity of the Enemy when dealing with spiritual principalities in high, wicked places. This practical guide for deliverance will help to set people free from many generational curses. It will restore joy and victory in the lives of believers by giving them a spiritual understanding of how to wage warfare through the Word of God. What you Should Know about Casting Out Demons Unmasking the Enemy by Name Spiritual Empowerment There is Joy in Deliverance The Blood of Jesus Against the Identity of the Enemy Victory Over the House of Hindrance Understanding The Power of Worship in Warfare

Author : Nelson S. Pacheco
Genre : Angels
Release : 1994
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ISBN_10 : 1885152019
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Author : Richard Mayhue
Genre : Religion
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ISBN_10 : 0825498996
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Diffusing the hype and hyperbole that many Christians hear about Satan and how he works, the author presents a popular and authoritative look at the real person of Satan—the one he doesn't want us to discover.

Author : John Ramirez
Genre : Religion
Release : 2015-10-20
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Satanist-Turned-Evangelist Gives You the Inside Strategy to Defeat the Devil’s Plans! Many people, even Christians, deny the devil’s power. John Ramirez doesn’t have that luxury—he experienced the prince of darkness up close and personal. In the impoverished streets of the South Bronx, John Ramirez found “acceptance” from a family of witches and warlocks. These practitioners of dark arts trained him to be a high-ranking satanic priest—a story told in his first book, Out of the Devil’s Cauldron. However, everything changed when he met the living Christ. In Unmasking the Devil, John Ramirez shares an insider view of how satan operates so you can avoid his traps and learn how to: discern between the voice of God that directs to victory and satan’s voice that leads to destruction. close the demonic doors satan uses to enter your life: entertainment, unhealthy relationships, greed, and false religion. activate the spiritual weapons of prayer, intercession, and Scripture to render hell powerless over your life. recognize how the spirits of Jezebel and Delilah attempt to infiltrate the church, create disunity, and render God’s people powerless. No army goes into battle without first knowing the tactics of their enemy. Receive behind-the-scene glimpses of satan’s strategies and equip yourself to live victoriously over the powers of darkness! “Spiritual warfare is a must for every Christian if they are going to survive in the coming years,” says John Ramirez. “It’s time to stop playing patty-cake with the devil and learn how to put hell on notice.”

Author : Justin Soutar
Genre : Political Science
Release : 2009-06-01
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ISBN_10 : 1606048236
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Ever since the ghastly terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, most Americans have been trying to make sense of terrorism and Americas response to it. In his book, Americas Back-Door Enemy, new author Justin Soutar puts you on the trail of the killers and their adversaries. Youll begin to unlock the dark world behind terrorism, what Osama bin Laden is really up to (and why he was never tried for 9/11), what the Arab threat to wipe Israel off the map means, how the Taliban sheltered al-Qaeda terrorists in Afghanistan, the semi-secret US space weapons project, and much more. Lurking unseen beneath the daily events of the Global War on Terrorism is the reality of an evil plot by a group of unknown religious fanatics to impose their vision of tyranny on the Middle East and the world. The epic battle between a few ragamuffin Islamic terrorists and the mighty United States is told here as it has never been told before: from the perspective of traditional Christianity and Americas Founding Fathers. Americas Back-Door Enemy is a riveting tale of truth and deceit, loyalty and treachery, courage and cowardice, success and failure, good and evila mystery yet to be fully unraveled.

Author : Peter Baehr
Genre : Social Science
Release : 2019-05-20
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ISBN_10 : 9781351608343
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This book examines the nature of unmasking in social theory, in revolutionary movements and in popular culture. Unmasking is not the same as scientific refutation or principled disagreement. When people unmask, they claim to rip off a disguise, revealing the true beneath the feigned. The author distinguishes two basic types of unmasking. The first, aimed at persons or groups, exposes hypocrisy and enmity, and is a staple of revolutionary movements. The second, aimed at ideas, exposes illusions and ideologies, and is characteristic of radical social theory since the eighteenth-century Enlightenment. The Unmasking Style in Social Theory charts the intellectual origins of unmasking, its shifting priorities, and its specific techniques in social theory. It also explores sociology’s relationship to the concept of unmasking through an analysis of writers who embrace, adapt or reshape its meaning. Such sociologists include Vilfredo Pareto, Karl Mannheim, Raymond Aron, Peter Berger, Pierre Bourdieu, Luc Boltanski and Christian Smith. Finally, taking conspiracy theories, accusations of social phobia and new concepts such as micro-aggression as examples of unmasking techniques, the author shows how unmasking contributes to the polarization and bitterness of much public discussion. Demonstrating how unmasking is baked into modern culture, yet arguing that alternatives to it are still possible, this book is, in sum, a compelling study of unmasking and its impact upon modern political life and social theory.

Author : Cheddi Jagan
Genre : Guyana
Release : 1984
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ISBN_10 : UTEXAS:059173017862885
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Author : David P. Mann
Genre : Religion
Release : 2013-01-29
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ISBN_10 : 9781621896494
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Living in this world can be hazardous to one's health. Struggles to deal with pain and suffering drive a number of people to counselors, pastors, and popular how to books on Christian living to find healing. The experience of feeling deeply wounded by life's events not only hinders people from enjoying life, it also undermines the idea that God has a plan for our lives that surpasses many of our wildest dreams. Grappling with the place of God's grace in our lives, how to effectively deal with our problems, and attaining authenticity of being and purpose in life blend into our daily walk as followers of Christ. Building upon the belief that there is far more to the Christian life than simply making it into heaven, Open My Heart, Heal My Soul: Living the Grace-Saturated Life helps readers who have found the journey of life to be frustrating and painful gain new insight into living. This book will inspire those who have felt discouraged by their attempts to overcome problems and provide guidelines for dealing with life's challenges as a Christian.

Author : Kate White
Genre : Psychology
Release : 2006-12-31
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ISBN_10 : 9781780495507
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Drawn from the John Bowlby Memorial Conference, the theme of this book addresses the often hidden and ignored subject of attachment, race and culture. Can our individual narratives in relation to race, culture and attachment be unmasked in the therapeutic dyad to reveal our human connectedness? The contributors explore how the conscious and unconscious meanings of therapists' and clients' racial and cultural identities shape the dialogue between them. How this emerges for both therapist and client in their work together is illustrated in clinical accounts.Contributors: Kimberlyn Leary; Farhad Dalal; Barbara Ashton; Cascia Davis; Zack Eleftheriadou; Irris Singer; and Kate White

Author : Ney Bailey
Genre : Religion
Release : 2009-05-20
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ISBN_10 : 9780307564801
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In 1976 the Big Thompson River flood in Colorado took 150 lives, including those of seven women on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ International. Deeply grieved by the loss, survivor Ney Bailey embraced a journey of faith that led her to a life-changing truth: No matter how things look and no matter how we feel, God is in control. In Faith is Not a Feeling, Ney reveals how life’s tragedies and challenges lead each of us to an important decision about how we will relate to God. Building on a foundation of experiences all believers can relate to, this well-loved speaker and teacher shows how you can take advantage of the endless opportunities life provided to deepen your trust in the Lord. Faith is Not a Feeling has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to choose to believe God’s promises over their own personal feelings. Now you, too, can discover the secrets that will allow you to face painful experiences with a measure of objectivity, use your feelings to take you to God, and experience true peace in the midst of failure and trials. Best of all, you will learn how to obediently and confidently take God at His word as you never have before.