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LIFE IS A BATTLE, AND WE ARE ALL SOLDIERS.
We may not wear a uniform, eat in a mess hall, or dodge actual bullets for a living, but we are
in a war—a very crucial one. Just walk into any room of people and you’ll find immeasurable
pain and wounds. On the outside we wear our camouflage well, but on the inside, deep within
our own souls, we realize life is conflict. It is traceable to a single source: Satan, the adversary
of our souls.
Written by two US Army Green Berets, The Warrior’s Soul provides a guide for how to apply the
techniques of a true warrior in the spiritual realm by emphasizing five core elements:
- A cause greater than self—why we fight
- A settled memory—the link between history and current circumstances
- A personal intensity—eager for challenges and undistracted by personal issues
- An unflagging optimism—an absolute commitment to never surrender
- A deep camaraderie—a personal commitment to fellow warriors
True warriors are willing to stand when others bow. With this first-rate preparation for spiritual
battle you can stand strong and see victory.
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About the Author
LIEUTENANT GENERAL WILLIAM G. BOYKIN (retired) is the founder of Kingdom Warriors ministry and the
executive vice president of the Family Research Council. He was the US Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
for Intelligence under President George W. Bush from 2002–2007, and is the author of three books with
combined sales of almost half a million copies. He resides in Washington DC.
DR. STU WEBER is a Vietnam veteran and former US Army Green Beret, and is a founding member of Good
Shepherd Community Church in Portland, Oregon, where he served as lead pastor for over thirty years.
He has authored several best-selling books and speaks nationally and internationally at events, including
Promise Keepers, Family Life, and Iron Sharpens Iron. He and his wife, Linda, reside in Troutdale, Oregon,
and have ten grandchildren.
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From the Publisher
"This is a guidebook for all who wonder, "what do I do now?"" —LT COL OLIVER L. NORTH USMC(RET.)