By W.Garzke,R.Dulin

Книга British, Soviet, French and Dutch Battleships of WWII British, Soviet, French and Dutch Battleships of WWII Книги Вооружение Автор: W.Garzke,R.Dulin Формат: pdf Страниц: 415 Размер: 86 mb Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Книга о британских, немецких и советских линейных кораблях времен Второй Мировой войныч/б фотографии, чертежи

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In spiritual warfare, the battle is never limited to an “us against them” human affair. It always includes “those . . with us” against “those . . ” True discernment is as fully aware of the vast multitude of angels loyal to God as it is aware of the activity of the demonic realm—and it is aware that the angelic hosts on our side are both stronger and more numerous than the enemy. Remember, if you fail to “hear the music” in your times of warfare, your discernment is incomplete. We must learn that, on a personal level, it is better to develop godly virtues than to spend our day praying against the devil.

What can man do to me? I repent for accommodating mistrust, fear and insecurity. I release those who have wounded me in the past and I step into the stronghold of Your loving protection. I speak to the spirit of fear—it has no place in my life. In Jesus’ name. Amen! Always remember: Victory begins with the name of Jesus on our lips, but it will not be consummated until the nature of Jesus is in our hearts. It is not enough to have your “house . . swept, and put in order” (Matthew 12:44); your thought-life must be occupied by the person of Christ.

It is consummated by the nature of Jesus in our hearts. GOD’S HIGHEST PURPOSE Most Christians only engage in spiritual warfare with a hope of either relieving present distresses or attaining a “normal” existence. However, the purpose of all aspects of spirituality, warfare included, is to bring us into the image of Christ. Nothing, not worship nor warfare, neither love nor deliverance, is truly attainable if we miss the singular objective of our faith: Christlikeness. Let us recall that the Lord delivered the ancient Hebrews out of Egypt so He could bring them into the Promised Land.

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