Strongman's His Name...What's His Game?

Author: Jerry Robeson,Carol Robeson

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 1603741739

Category: Religion

Page: 180

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How to Wage Spiritual Warfare in the Last Days An important spiritual law was revealed by Jesus in Luke 11:21–22 and Matthew 12:29, “How can one enter into a strongman’s house, and spoil his goods, except he first bind the strongman? And then he will spoil his house.” Now, instead of “binding” symptoms, we can attack the sixteen strongmen or demonic spirits mentioned by name in the Bible! If God names them, they are real, and He has given us dominion over them through the Name of Jesus! In easy to understand language this book… Teaches how to zero in on and quickly identify the strongman in every situation Illustrates each strongman by a tree showing the fruits or symptoms for quick identification Instructs how to bind the enemy and loose the power of God according to Matthew 18:18 Provides instant recognition when and where Satan is attacking our lives and the lives of those around us Shows that God wants us to be free from Satan’s hassles so that we can reach this world for Christ. Strongman's His Name...What's His Game offers a scriptural, balanced, and uplifting approach to present-day spiritual warfare.

Strongman's His Name...II

Author: Jerry Robeson,Carol Robeson

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 1603744894

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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Biblical Answers to Spiritual Warfare Questions Have you ever wondered... Can Christians be demon-possessed? Are natural disasters the judgment of God? Why does it seem that my prayers are not being answered? Why do I have so much trouble with the Devil? What is the difference between God's voice and the Devil's voice? How do I overcome the spirit of jealousy, divination, bondage, and infirmity? Within the pages of this book are simple, no-nonsense, biblical answers that will help you to understand what it is to be one of God's warriors in these last days.

Sonoran strongman

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Bulletin

Author: New Zealand Geological Survey

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Category: Geology

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Bulletin

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Category: Geology

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Children of Gebelaawi

Author: Najīb Maḥfūẓ

Publisher: Three Continents

ISBN: N.A

Category: Cairo (Egypt)

Page: 392

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The story recreates the interlinked history of the three monotheistic Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), allegorised against the setting of an imaginary 19th century Cairene alley. Critics claimed that Gabalawi stands for God. Mahfouz rejected this, saying that he stood for "a certain idea of God that men have made" and that "Nothing can represent God. God is not like anything else. God is gigantic." The first four sections retell, in succession, the stories of: Adam and how he was favoured by Gabalawi over the latter's other sons, including the eldest Satan/Iblis. In subsequent generations the heroes relive the lives of Moses, Jesus and Muhammad. The followers of each hero settle in different parts of the alley, symbolising Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The protagonist of the book's fifth section is Arafa, who symbolises modern science and comes after the prophets, while all of their followers claim Arafa as one of their own. Central to the plot are the futuwwat (plural of futuwwa, 'strongman'), who control the alley and exact protection money from the people. The successive heroes overthrow the strongmen of their time, but in the next generation new strongmen spring up and things are as bad as ever. Arafa tries to use his knowledge of explosives to destroy the strongmen, but his attempts to discover Gabalawi's secrets leads to the death of the old man (though he does not directly kill him). The Chief Strongman guesses the truth and blackmails Arafa into helping him to become the dictator of the whole Alley. The book ends, after the murder of Arafa, with his friend searching in a rubbish tip for the book in which Arafa wrote his secrets. The people say "Oppression must cease as night yields to day. We shall see the end of tyranny and the dawn of miracles."

The Australian Journal

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