Enjoy the expanded and updated editions of the best-selling "Lord" Bible Study Series from Kay Arthur. The "Lord" study series is an insightful, warm-hearted Bible study series designed to meet readers where they are--and help them discover God's answers to their deepest needs.
Are You Fully Equipped for Spiritual Battle?
Once you become a Christian, you enter a war zone. The problem is, you may not even realize it.
But that's about to change. Lord, Is It Warfare? will equip you to recognize and understand the spiritual warfare that is inevitable for those who follow the Lord Jesus Christ. You'll learn all the battle tactics and devices of your adversary, Satan. And you'll discover scriptural ways to overcome the enemy by turning to Christ, who loves you and offers you all the strength, wisdom, and power you need for victory.
Let Kay Arthur guide you through the Scriptures every day in this comprehensive inductive study. Your time with God in His Word will minister to you and help you stand strong in the face of spiritual conflict. And these are truths you can share easily with others, individually or in small groups.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|Title of Science Fiction eBook: Lord, Is It Warfare? Teach Me to Stand|
|Release Date: 10-07-2009|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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