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The Christian Art of War
     

The Christian Art of War

by Ivor Myers
 

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His father a career soldier, Ivor Myers grew up in a culture of warfare. From his childhood into his adult years, he practiced the art of hand-to-hand combat training in the martial arts.

But when he put his faith in Christ, Myers put away the weapons of this world and began training for a different kind of conflict that all Christians must surely face—

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His father a career soldier, Ivor Myers grew up in a culture of warfare. From his childhood into his adult years, he practiced the art of hand-to-hand combat training in the martial arts.

But when he put his faith in Christ, Myers put away the weapons of this world and began training for a different kind of conflict that all Christians must surely face—the war against self.

Now, using a unique, refreshing, but biblical approach, Pastor Myers shares the powerful lessons to help conquer the enemy within each of us. Using military strategy, combat-training techniques, and even the laws of nature and of the animal kingdom, Myers uncovers the secrets of experiencing lasting victory in the fight of faith.

What is the difference between a civilian and a soldier in the battle against self? How do the laws of motion, gravity, and heat reveal vital keys to gaining victory over sin? You'll learn all this and more to ultimately discover how Jesus Christ can help you become a master warrior in every facet of your life.

Whether you struggle with pornography, impure thoughts, drug addictions, or any other sin that burdens your heart, The Christian Art of War will encourage you. These lessons will teach you to fight honorably, courageously, and by the grace of God, become "more than conquerors" (Romans 8:37, KJV).

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014323109
Publisher:
Remnant Publications
Publication date:
03/14/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
2 MB

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