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Product NameWarfare Prayer: What The Bible Says About Spiritual Warfare
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AuthorC. Peter Wagner
Page Count302
BindingPaperback
Published10/01/2009
Long DescriptionWarfare Prayer provides a toolbox and an operator s manual for those who take seriously the Apostle Paul s statement that we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities and powers. The demonic world around us is a reality, but all too few believers understand that realm of darkness to say nothing of having the skills to use effectively the weapons of warfare that God has given us. Based on a combination of sound biblical theology and real life experiences, this book is a user-friendly guide for those committed enough to join the army of God.
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