Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance from Evil Spirits
As a teacher on deliverance, Neal Lozano knows that many believers struggle with the same sin areas time after time. Yet victory can be as simple as tapping into the potent power of the gospel. By focusing on Jesus and his work, rather than on the intimidating aspects of evil spirits, readers can reset their mindset about their spiritual struggles.
In Unbound, Lozano shows readers how to do just this. He also shows them how to find and close any doors they may have opened to evil influence--and, consequently, Satan's underhanded strategies. Balanced and full of hope, Unbound is a practical, thorough, and easy-to-follow guide to deliverance and freedom. It also includes practical instruction on praying for others to be set free.
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This title of this book can be misleading. Although this book does provide a guide in deliverance ministry it is more a general prayerbook. The book has a good structure that I enjoyed. The books ... Read full review
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