Warfare by Maria M. Bowe
The Things They Never Tell You About, Part 1

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...is a guidebook for the Christian; a strategy for victory in spiritual battle, a manual for deliverance and transformation, and an exposition on prophetic dreams and visions is compacted into a compelling powerful plan for Christ like living. I highly recommend this book.
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This Book makes us aware of spiritual warfare in a way that many people will never tell you by exposing daily spiritual violence and difficulties that people are faced with in their lives at different levels. Maria shares her experiences of how the Lord healed and delivered her when the doctors could not, and how she kept her deliverance. She shared the journey to her visitation from the Lord and what happened next, bringing to light the power of dreams and visions. The book talks about open doors that can cause the devil to have legal right in your life that you may not recognize, hidden fears, mind battles and much more.
 

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Published May 28, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 112 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Richard R. Blake on Jul 14 2014

...is a guidebook for the Christian; a strategy for victory in spiritual battle, a manual for deliverance and transformation, and an exposition on prophetic dreams and visions is compacted into a compelling powerful plan for Christ like living. I highly recommend this book.

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on Aug 18 2014

“Warfare is an effective blend of Bowe’s story, scriptural teaching and personal application for the reader. The book is well organized and content-rich…It provides biblical information for readers who want to know more about being victorious in spiritual attacks.”

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