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Exposing how demons operate, methods for minimizing their influence, and how to cast them out, Kraft offers a manual covering many aspects of demonic contact. With practical and spiritual insight, Defeating Dark Angels can assist Christians in confronting personal spiritual attacks as well as ministering to others. Issues of deliverance, comparative strengths and weaknesses of demons, healing, and the demonization of Christians are addressed in a comprehensive and authoritative manner.
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Review 1 for Defeating Dark Angels: Breaking Demonic Oppressions in the Believer's Life - eBook
Aside from the Bible itself this is one of the most powerful books that I have ever read. So many believers in our western society are ignorant of the dark spiritual forces at work, not only around us but also within us. I no longer subscribe to my previous position that Christians who have the Holy Spirit can not be demonized. And now that I know I am ready to take up my position and help set the captives free.
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Review 2 for Defeating Dark Angels: Breaking Demonic Oppressions in the Believer's Life - eBook
This book, which I first read when originally published in the early 1990's and reprinted in 2011 deals with the most effective means to address demonic oppression in a believer i.e. dealing with the "garbage" such as unforgiveness, anger, bitterness, etc. that demons attach themselves to. This makes commanding demons to leave in Jesus' Name much easier and rarely involves a struggle, because they lose their "right of access". Kraft likens the demons to "rats" that feed on the "garbage"; getting rid of the garbage cuts off the demons "right" to oppress people. Great to use in conjunction with Neil Anderson's Steps to Freedom from The Bondage Breaker.