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But it is right here, right now, says Pastor Jack. And for the first time he lays out the strategies he's learned for engaging and defeating evil--through prayer. ...
But it is right here, right now, says Pastor Jack. And for the first time he lays out the strategies he's learned for engaging and defeating evil--through prayer. With clarity and passion, he shows readers how to
• develop powerful devotional habits
• engage in intercession
• plead the blood of Christ
• understand the correct use of binding and loosing
• confront evil
• learn why some prayers don't succeed
• and much more
When believers embrace the cross's power, they will stand up in hope and light against the evil of this world, penetrating even the deepest places where the enemy's darkness dwells.
1 Rules of Engagement 9
2 The Gift of a Kingdom 15
3 Back to Basics 29
4 Intercession 101 49
5 Intercession Practicum 65
6 It's Only by the Blood 77
7 A Binding Contract 99
8 Breaking Loose 121
9 Engaging in Battle 141
10 Invasion of Life 163
11 We Shall Do Valiantly 177
Appendix A A Prayer for Receiving Christ as Lord and Savior 183
Appendix B A Prayer for Inviting the Lord to Fill You with the Holy Spirit 187
Posted May 13, 2011
I have finished listening to a book called Penetrating the Darkness Discovering the Power of the Cross Against Unseen Evil. The author is Jack Hayford.
I have mixed feelings about this book because he book was not what I expected. I guess I had a different idea in mind of what this book would be about based on the title and book description. I found it to be a very in depth look at prayer with guidance and instruction on praying. It includes various prayer-related phrases and explains what each one means and how to pray in that way, including supplication, intercession, and pleading the blood. Parts of the book where hard to follow as I listened and other parts really made sense. I was reminded of the power of prayer and how we need to be people of prayer to fight against the evil around us.
The narrator was Tim Lundeen. He does a good job reading this book and his voice is pleasant.
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Posted October 30, 2013
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