Military Mentality: Love's Final Assault

Military Mentality: Love's Final Assault

by Mike Keyes Sr.

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Overview

Military Mentality concerns the global war raging at this moment over the souls of humankind. Time is running out and human society worldwide is in an obvious and accelerating death spiral. We must do all we can while we can to rescue the lost by introducing them to Jesus, who alone can snatch them from eternal doom, destruction and domination in hell. Nothing is more important than this! Through careful examination of the challenges the United States faced in World War II, the parallels are shocking in their simplicity and biblical power as they relate to our key role in bringing our enemies to their knees in surrender. The Body of Christ is at war and faces many of the same challenges faced in World War II. Our weapons are different and our enemies are not flesh and blood. However, we can apply many crucial lessons we learned in the war to our fights of faith today.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016330853
Publisher: Word and Spirit Resources
Publication date: 03/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 154
File size: 694 KB

About the Author

Mike Keyes, Sr. graduated from RHEMA Bible Training Center in 1980 and went into full time missionary work in the Philippines. From 1980 to 1982, he worked with a Filipino and his ministry teaching in his host�s Bible School and serving as the principal of that school. In 1983, Rev. Keyes received God�s clear direction to start his own work and founded Mike Keyes Ministries International. The ministry reaches the lost, teaches Christians, and trains ministers. With a consistent crusade outreach, a church network of hundreds of churches and a two year Bible school, Rev. Keyes and his staff, pastors, graduates and students continue to fulfill the Great Commission throughout the Philippines and around the world. He and his wife, Ethel, a native Filipina, were married in 1983 and have two children.

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