This is a good basic study of the biblical stance of spiritual warfare. Good and solid, and exactly what you’d expect from Mr Prince.
This is a quick read, but slightly annoying in that it’s very repetitive – so it’s actually about half the size. It’s a book taken from some of the author’s talks and sermons, but not very well edited, hence the repetition. Mr Billheimer offers some interesting insights into prayer and spiritual warfare, but some of it seems a bit theologically shaky – and then I noticed that the book is endorsed by TBN, oh well.
Ah, excellent book. I can’t lend it to anyone, they’ll just have to buy a copy becuase I’m not letting this one out of my sight. Excellent, down-to-earth and biblical. Explains things clearly – now I understand, I’m more likely to get down to it and do some praying. I want what she’s got.
This book is a written by a chap who had a lot to do with the Yellow Pages in North America. He would visit potential advertisers – and they’d get a bit more than they bargained for. Mostly it’s testimony, but there are a few pointers on prayer, but not many. Entertaining reading, but not really a must-read.
Generally it’s fair to say that any book with the work ‘woman’ in the title is pretty vomit-inducing and therefore to be avoided. That’s not true of this book. It uses a lot of examples, has a lot of biblical support and is a good informative book, it’s not flashy or anything, just solid.
This is a dinky little book, giving the Biblical basis regarding spiritual warfare (such as the difference between deliverance and exorcism), what to watch out for, what not to watch out for, and quite a bit about what to do. Pretty interesting.