Deliver Us from Evil

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Occult influences march freely across the American landscape today. From "Pokemon cards"and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" to Marilyn Manson and psychic hotlines, the nation is under siege. Occult beliefs-presented as the path to enlightenment and peace-permeate our society, powerfully influencing our children, our neighbors, our government and even our churches. Cindy Jacobs reveals the deadly impact of Satan's dominion over the media and the resulting rise in violence and immorality that plague our society. She ...

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Overview

Occult influences march freely across the American landscape today. From "Pokemon cards"and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" to Marilyn Manson and psychic hotlines, the nation is under siege. Occult beliefs-presented as the path to enlightenment and peace-permeate our society, powerfully influencing our children, our neighbors, our government and even our churches. Cindy Jacobs reveals the deadly impact of Satan's dominion over the media and the resulting rise in violence and immorality that plague our society. She then shows how through prayer, spiritual warfare and activism we can halt the destructive advance of the devil's kingdom in the land.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780830728008
  • Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
  • Publication date: 11/28/2001
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 544,048
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

CINDY JACOBS is founder and president of Generals International, an international prayer ministry that works to build prayer movements in nations around the world. She travels extensively, speaking on and ministering in the areas of intercession, spiritual warfare and reconciliation. Cindy is on the international board of Aglow. Other books she has written include Women of Destiny and Deliver Us from Evil.

 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2002

    Survey the enemy's strategy and discover victory.

    Every once in a while the reader comes across a book which he/she feels should be read by everyone, irrespective of their religious persuasion or outlook. This is one such book. Written from a deeply sincere Christian perspective, it is a veritable gold-mine of truth and will prove to be a priceless asset to those who are concerned with the welfare of their families and children at a time when the immorality plaguing our society, governments, schools and even our places of worship, is increasing at alarming levels. Cindy Jacobs is brave enough to tackle all these issues at their root cause. She exposes seemingly innocent channels permeating our societies with hidden deceptions that adversely influence and lead astray so much of today's youth. The author exposes these delusions for what they really are, laying bare their true origins and agendas in the light of Scripture, whilst at the same time revealing the Way out and the path to victory over all the Adversary's plans against the populace and the individual in these last days. Knowledge of the subject matter revealed here by Cindy Jacobs is an absolute necessity in this day.

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