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Michael W. Davis "has done an excellent job, creating a very strong teaching about strongholds, how to identify them and how to get rid of them. It is well supported by ...
Michael W. Davis "has done an excellent job, creating a very strong teaching about strongholds, how to identify them and how to get rid of them. It is well supported by biblical references to further emphasize this easy-to-read, yet crucial topic for the body of Christ." ~ Xulon Press Editorial Review
You will learn:
- How the enemy uses lies and deception to build strongholds.
- How to recognize and destroy strongholds in your life.
- How to prevent strongholds from forming in the first place.
- How to help your loved ones get free from the illusion of bondage.
What Readers Are Saying:
"This is a fresh, easy to read book with scripture backing almost every thought. When we can identify what a stronghold is, then we can begin to tear them down one by one with the TRUTH of God's Holy Word! Every Christian new and old, every lost & hurting person, leader and layman should read this book!" ~ Kimberly W.
"A great read, well worth having on hand. 'Imaginary Castles' helped me understand some things in my life that I previously just didn't get." ~ Wayne E.
"I read it in one night. It's an excellent book. Very good for the struggling Christian or even a non-Christian looking for a good read. This book shows an in depth look into the struggles of 'bringing down strongholds', but he breaks it down in a simple way that is very easily understood by anyone. I suggest everyone should read this." ~ Gwen D.
"I am not much on reading books, let alone finishing one. 'Imaginary Castles' is one that I could not put down. I highly recommend Imaginary Castles to every believer in Jesus Christ. Read this book and live a victorious life in Christ!" ~ Wanda D.
The essence... the very core of walking with God is this: Truth versus lies. One must choose each moment to either agree with the Truth of God's Word and experience the Reality of Victory, or agree with the lies of the enemy and walk in the illusion of defeat.