Restored: Experience Life With Jesus

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Best-selling author of Victory Over the Darkness, Bondage Breaker, and Steps to Freedom in Christ delivers Restored.

Definition of the word Restored: re.stored (ri-'stor-d); to bring back to or put back into a former or original state

Whether you are just learning about Jesus or have been a Christian for years, Neil Anderson awakens you to your true identity, showing you how to step free from your past and ...

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Overview

Best-selling author of Victory Over the Darkness, Bondage Breaker, and Steps to Freedom in Christ delivers Restored.

Definition of the word Restored: re.stored (ri-'stor-d); to bring back to or put back into a former or original state

Whether you are just learning about Jesus or have been a Christian for years, Neil Anderson awakens you to your true identity, showing you how to step free from your past and walk into life restored - the way God intended.

This book starts literally at the beginning with, Creation, the Fall, the Gospel and move into how to have a deep abiding relationship with Jesus Christ.

Overview:

Chapter 1
Redemption History

The Creation
The Fall
The Gospel
Saved By the Grace of God Through Faith
The Defeat of Satan
A Call to Repentance

Chapter 2
Overcoming False Guidance

The Need to Renounce
Demonic Forces at Work
Taking a Verbal Stand
Bringing Everything into the Light
Beginning Step One
Praying for the Right Guidance
Non-Christian Spiritual Checklist
Choose the Truth

Chapter 3
Overcoming Deception

Truth Liberates
The Need for Honesty
Satan Is the Deceiver
Standing Against the Deception
Going Through Step Two
Ways you can be deceived by the world
Ways to deceive yourself
Ways to wrongly defend yourself
Doctrinal Affirmation
Exposing Lies and Affirming Truth

Chapter 4
Overcoming the Bondage of Bitterness

Why Some People Resist Forgiveness
Beginning Step Three
Making the List
Dealing with Self and God
Releasing Bitterness Toward God
Thoughts Raised Up Against God
Giving Up Our Right to Blame
Give Satan No Advantage
Justice, Mercy, and Grace
What to Avoid
Getting to the Emotional Core
Preparing Your Hearts
As They Pray
Emotions Vary
Facing the Pain and Moving On
Develop an Identity List
Seeking Forgiveness from Others

Chapter 5
Overcoming Rebellion

Who is in Control?
Learn to Trust God
Living Under Authority
Relating to Authority
Trust God's Protection
Deal with Abuse
The Meaning of Submission
Submission, Rebellion, and the Search for Significance
Identity Determines Significance
Dealing with Rebellion
Areas of Rebellion

Chapter 6
Overcoming Pride

The Ugly Five-Letter Word
Self-Sufficiency Has a Price
False and True Humility
Avenues of Pride
A Biblical View of Our Worth
Going Through Step Five
Healing Follows Humility

Chapter 7
Overcoming Habitual Sin

Consequences to Wrong Choices
The Effects of Addiction
Going Through Step Six
Understanding Sexual Bondages
Sexual Bonding
Breaking Sexual Bonding
Prayers for Specific Problems
Pornography
Homosexuality
Abortion
Suicidal Tendencies
Eating Disorders or Self-Mutilation
Substance Abuse
Conclusion

Chapter 8
Overcoming Ancestral Sins

The Influence of Heritage
Going Through Step Seven
Maintaining Your Freedom
Daily Prayer and Declaration
Bedtime Prayer
Prayer for Spiritual Cleansing Home/Apartment/Room
Prayer for Living in a Non-Christian Environment
In Christ

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933383392
  • Publisher: e3 Resources
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 367,683
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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