Destroying the Works of Witchcraft Through Fasting and Prayer

Destroying the Works of Witchcraft Through Fasting and Prayer

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by Ruth Brown
     
 

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There are many forms of witchcraft.

In some cases, it involves conjuring up demons from hell and dispatching them to churches or individuals to cause envy, strife, and confusion. Spirits of delusion (which will cause a false belief or opinion, meant to mislead; deceive or trick) are a strong tool used in witchcraft.

I've found in my fifteen years of ministry, that

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There are many forms of witchcraft.

In some cases, it involves conjuring up demons from hell and dispatching them to churches or individuals to cause envy, strife, and confusion. Spirits of delusion (which will cause a false belief or opinion, meant to mislead; deceive or trick) are a strong tool used in witchcraft.

I've found in my fifteen years of ministry, that a spirit of delusion can destroy a marriage. For example, it will cause suspicion and false accusations to be made by one spouse against the other. In the church, divisions between Pastors and members can result when this spirit is loosed to attack the pastor. Many pastors have been hurt, deceived, misused and had their churches split as a result.

God gave me the assignment to write this book to enlighten the Church on the operation of witchcraft, so the body of Christ would not have to suffer these attacks any longer. We have the power through Christ Jesus to destroy these works and to stop them. If one can put a thousand to flight, and two can put ten thousand to flight, just think what the whole body of Christ can do.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780892281107
Publisher:
Impact Christian Books
Publication date:
12/28/1994
Pages:
60
Sales rank:
222,766
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.12(d)

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Destroying the Works of Witchcraft through Fasting and Prayer 1.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again a angry Zelot has write a book. Makes you wonder who the Earth keeps spinning. While I have no problems with christians. They seem to have problems with me, and the rest of the neopagan world. The author seems to think everyone. Who's pagan, neopagan, wiccan, witch, exct. Is out to bring ruin to christians every where. This is false. Please do not buy this book. Hate is not faith of any kind.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a former Christian minister. I now am a happy healthy Wiccan. I know Christians feel they must create such propaganda, but to have it published and sold at Barnes and Nobles. This belongs in some Baptist bookstore somewhere. There is a reason it sells for such a low price, it's garbage. I really wish more Christians would learn about other faiths before they write things like this. It truly goes against Christianity itself to display such intolerance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A clear example of the sick, narrow minded bible thumper mind set that is a problem in our country today. America's taliban will accept nothing that goes against their indoctrinated belief system. Wicca is a spiritual, God centered nature religion that deserves respect and tolerance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I need help getting rid of all these years of Christianity. Maybe fasting can help me there. See, I was raised Presbytarian. Then, converted to Pentecostalism. Then, I woke up. Christianity is truly about loving others. Helping others. So is Wicca. True believers of any faith don't seek to destroy. THE AUTHORS ARE NOT TRUE CHRISTIANS.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Zero Stars -- Okay, I give up. Why would anyone want to destroy the works of Witchcraft? Witches are family-centered, life-oriented people who seek to live in peace and harmony. Their work is seeking to do good for others and our planet. They honor the Divine and our ancestors. What sort of twisted creatures would want to destroy that?
Guest More than 1 year ago
I cannot believe taht someone would even consider writing a book as ignorant and close-minded as this. I don't need to read it to know what sort of ideas are formed in this sort of book. It disgusts me that someone can even think this way. I happen to be a Witch (Wiccan) and it offends me when things like this are printed. The people who actually enjoy it aggravate me even more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Number one a real wiccan would not do anything to anyone with out permission for the law of three number two abide the wiccan reed do as you will yet harm none for what you send out comes back to you three fold so I got a laugh out this Blessed be well I had to pick a star bummer there was no 0
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't recommed people out there reading this book, it has no respect for the religons of witchcraft. Witchcraft is not an evil or people hating religon and should not be put down. These people have no respect for other's religon. If witch's don't dis christians then why should they dis us? I give it a extremly poor rating and I hope no one will ever write another book like this. it's most ofensive!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was searching for a book explaining wicca and came upon this. The intolerance apparent in that book is shocking! I would love to learn more about the wiccan religion and the practice of witchcraft.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book has no grip on wicca we are not evil these people wouldn't know a real witch if it smacked them in the face. They have no right to talk about the craft like that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i think the book hits the wiccan where it hurt .....jesus said he did not die for a witch to livei met a wiccan  a male he hounded me like it was no tomrrow  followed me home use his astral projection to come in my house uninvited  would not leave me alone and  then he tried to cast his spells on me but by the grace of god it did not work iam a christian woman  protected by the blood of jesus   ruth brown keep writing your books because you are helpin people get out of the bondage of being control by witchcraft
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In The Name Of Jesus! It is funny how the witches line up to give negative reviews about this book. You really want to know why all the negative reviews?? Because the book exposes witchcraft and your in bed with satan and the your demons are stirred up! That's why! Jesus is lord. Blood of Jesus!
Ecchiguy More than 1 year ago
If you are an ignorant, intolerant bigot then this book is for you. If you have any education and any kind of an open mind you will realize instantly that this book is full of nothing but paranoia and hate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is another book which Christians follow, is call the Holy Bible and it condemns witchcraft as well. Your contempt is Only for Christians who believe the word of God.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is written by a woman who thinks that God told her to write it. Nuff said. She is not powerful nor is the Holy Spirit directimg her words. Christians, please consult with the Bible and seek direction from your pastos and your church elders.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I totally agree with all of you. This person had no right to do this. Theyre just mad, because, they're unhappy, so they have to direct it at other people, and not themselves. THAT'S NOT A TRUE CHRISTIAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just because you're pissed off ( The author of the book), doesn't mean, you have to discriminate against a whole religion. You're a damned hypocrite Ruth Brown. Go screw yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Daranpagan More than 1 year ago
I thought you needed to read a book on a subject before you write about it? Shouldn't you have at least have a passing knowledge first? Perhaps I can suggest some books for you? Let's see, we should start with Scott Cunningham's Guide for the solitary practitioner. Then move on to Silver Ravenwolf's To ride a silver broomstick, then anything by Chris Penczak; That should do it. Wait, I think I'm forgeting one, Hmm...let me think. Oh! I got it, the New Testament! That's the one. With all that tolerance and charity and acceptance, love of nature, respect for others and thier belifs, it sounds kind of familar but I just can't place it. Wait, I got it, it sounds like Wicca, that's it. Read before you judge.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After seeing so many "warnings" I knew this would be a powerful book. Great insight and encouragement.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I knew as soon as I saw it, I wouldn't like it...why don't you stop writing and get a clue? Things like this about Wicca just irk me to no end. You shuld try to read about the real craft before you judge.
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mamadukes8 More than 1 year ago
This Book is hated by pagans and satanists.....You know it's powerful!! A must read!!!