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Soul Ties: The Unseen Bond in Relationships
     

Soul Ties: The Unseen Bond in Relationships

by David Cross
 

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The Unseen Bond in Relationships

When we realize that relationships are more than just a physical meeting of two people, we begin to understand that some of our relationships might have affected our lives in a negative way. We may find ourselves damaged and tied in a place of bondage from which God wants us to be set free. A way of describing this unseen hold that

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The Unseen Bond in Relationships

When we realize that relationships are more than just a physical meeting of two people, we begin to understand that some of our relationships might have affected our lives in a negative way. We may find ourselves damaged and tied in a place of bondage from which God wants us to be set free. A way of describing this unseen hold that ties us to bad relationships is an ungodly soul-tie. It is a tie in the spiritual realm that has a hold on the soul. As you read this book you will discover how to find release from ungodly soul-ties and most importantly experience God's freedom and healing.

The teaching will be of vital importance to those seeking to help those struggling with the consequences of difficult or ungodly relationships.

This book is part of Sovereign World 'Turth & Freedom' series based on the renowned teaching program from Ellel Ministries International.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781852404512
Publisher:
Sovereign World Ltd
Publication date:
10/28/2006
Pages:
130
Sales rank:
1,208,643
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

David Cross was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Susi, a computer retailer. Six months later, they moved to New York and then Connecticut before settling back in Atlanta, where Cross remained for nearly a decade. He attended Northside High School of the Performing Arts (now North Atlanta High School), from which he graduated in 1982. He began performing stand-up comedy at age 17.

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