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The Bondage Breaker R

Author : Neil T. Anderson
ISBN : 0736975918
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Neil Anderson has brought hope to millions facing negative spiritual attacks. In this updated popular bestseller, he offers a wholistic approach to spiritual warfare that is rooted in the Word of God. Break through your spiritual battles and find freedom in Christ with The Bondage Breaker.

The Bondage Breaker

Author : Neil T. Anderson
ISBN : 9780736931281
Genre : Religion
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Featuring a new introduction by Neil T. Anderson, this freshly recovered edition of his bestselling book The Bondage Breaker (more than 1.2 million copies sold) leads readers away from the shadows and shackles in their lives and toward the freedom that comes when theyrealize they have the right to be freeconfront the power of Satanfight the temptation to do it their waytrade deception for graceaffirm their identity in ChristNeil Anderson ultimately helps people break negative thought patterns, control irrational feelings, and break out of the bondage of sinful behavior. Those struggling will discover how to embrace the promise of Jesus to win the spiritual battles that confront them.

The Bondage Breaker

Author : Neil T. Anderson
ISBN : 0736918140
Genre : Religion
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Leaving Home Finding Home

Author : Jessie C. Mejias
ISBN : 9781450021647
Genre : Religion
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Leaving Home—Finding Home: My Journey from Shame to Sonship through Journaling is the first book of its kind, showing how God Himself brought inner healing by speaking into one woman’s life. In it, author Jessie Mejias shares how God counsels and heals her through journaling. The central theme of Leaving Home—Finding Home is healing through intimacy with God—an intimacy that develops as she writes out her conversations with Him. The author devotes several chapters to her background and childhood, but the heart of the book is Jessie’s actual journal. About her decision to share her journal verbatim, she says: "When the Lord first instructed me to write this book, my natural instinct was to transform the ramblings of my mind and heart into a nice, neat package that the reader could easily follow. However, as I prayed about His instructions, I felt very strongly that He wanted me to demonstrate how I received my healing through journaling itself." Jessie Mejias grew up in what she would have described as an “Ozzie and Harriet” kind of home—loving parents, close siblings, good schools, and a religion that dictated solid values. What she did not know was that beneath the surface lay a shaky foundation of dysfunctional family rules and generational patterns. As a young adult, Jessie watched her neat world crumble when two of her siblings succumbed to mental illness while the family stood by helplessly. Subsequently, her family scattered and she unwittingly married an abusive, alcoholic man. Her disastrous marriage precipitated her decision to give her life to Christ. But despite her newfound faith, at age 27 she found herself a single mother of two young sons. In the ensuing years, Jessie sought and found healing and growth through studying the Bible and receiving Christian counseling. Miraculously, she and her husband were remarried after seven years of separation and divorce. She became involved in teaching and leading Bible studies within her local church and was confident that she was already experiencing the abundant life that God promised to His children. However, when she decided to return to school to earn a degree in Christian counseling, God began to show her that she was still suffering from the traumas of her childhood, and that shame was an integral part of her life that He wanted to remove. This revelation launched her into an unprecedented time of accelerated healing that was to be the inspiration for this book. Leaving Home—Finding Home chronicles that journey from shame to sonship through one-on-one dialogue with God. Shame is a universal problem that is sometimes hard to pinpoint. We describe ourselves as embarrassed, shy, fearful, or hesitant, but we never actually understand that the source of these emotions is shame. Shame is a terrible feeling that we are a mistake; that somehow we were never supposed to exist. The author found that this feeling of shame was so deeply hidden in her heart that it was not until God began to unwrap her from her emotional chains that she could see that this was the true source of her poor self image. Jessie vividly describes her feelings of shame: "It was as if all my life I had been living in a slum that I would leave from time to time to go the nice clean neighborhood down the block—at first for short times, then for longer and longer periods of time—but inevitably I would end up at some point back in this dump. The sight of it would make me sick, but I did not know how to leave it completely behind." God Himself initiated this unique approach to inner healing as He took Jessie back to her childhood home and school and walked with her through each traumatic event of her young life, reaching deep into her heart to show her what was hidden there.

Biblical Counsel

Author : Steven C. Kettler
ISBN : 0963682113
Genre : Religion
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The Milk And Honey Man

Author : William A. Troth
ISBN : 9781606150641
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever wondered about the relevance of the exodus, the Israelites' wandering in the desert, or their entrance into the Promised Land? How do these Old Testament stories apply to our lives as Christians today? The apostle Paul wrote, “Now these things happened to them as an example, and they were written for our instruction” (1 Cor. 10:11). The Milk and Honey Man examines the types and shadows in the Old Testament and then makes application for us.In easy to understand language, William Troth takes you back through the wanderings of the Israelites, pointing out their “examples.” Then, using the Bible, the thoughts of experts, and his own research, he helps believers fully understand principles and truths Old Testament saints could have never grasped because the Messiah had not yet come. In so doing, he offers believers a rich understanding of what it means to embrace the life of milk and honey—a symbol of God's best.

Grace For The Afflicted

Author : Matthew S. Stanford
ISBN : 9780830859030
Genre : Religion
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Each day men and women diagnosed with mental disorders are told they need to pray more and turn from their sin. Mental illness is equated with demonic possession, weak faith and generational sin. Why is it that the church has struggled in ministering to those with mental illnesses? As both a church leader and professor of psychology and neuroscience, Dr. Stanford has seen far too many mentally ill brothers and sisters damaged by well meaning believers who respond to them out of fear or misinformation rather than grace. Grace for the Afflicted is written to educate Christians about mental illness from both biblical and scientific perspectives. Dr. Stanford presents insights into our physical and spiritual nature and discusses the appropriate role of psychology and psychiatry in the life of the believer. Describing common mental disorders, Dr. Stanford asks of each: "What does science say and what does the Bible say about this illness?"

The Resource Guide For Christian Counselors

Author : Douglas R. Flather
ISBN : 0801052491
Genre : Reference
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This referral directory gives the user immediate access to essential, up-to-date Christian counseling resources. It is organized alphabetically under 46 general topics that encompass counseling issues, professional issues, and educational issues.

Mixed Ministry

Author : Sue Edwards
ISBN : 9780825496806
Genre : Religion
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Written by well-respected ministry leaders, this must-have guide answers the question: How should men and women treat gender issues in ministry settings? Sue Edwards, Kelley Mathews, and Henry J. Rogers explore this complex and thorny issue in depth.

Baker Encyclopedia Of Psychology Counseling

Author : David G. Benner
ISBN : 0801021006
Genre : Psychology
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Contains over one thousand alphabetically arranged articles that present information about topics related to psychology from a Christian point of view; covering the areas of personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy and other treatment approaches, major systems and theories of psychology, and the psychology of religion.

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