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Charisma Media Enemy Access Denied: Slam the Devil's Door with One Simple Decision

Imagine your life if you could walk free from sin and keep Satan out of your personal and business affairs. What is the key? In this bestselling book, formerly titled The Devil's Door, John Bevere reveals that the greatest form of spiritual warfare for any Christian is the powerful force of an obedient life. Enemy Access Denied will give you a fresh revelation of how God supplies a security system in the Spirit and prompt your heart and mind to find hidden sins and identify rebellion. As you're challenged to be holy, you'll discover how grace gives you the power not to be a slave to sin anymore.
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Awesome

Date:November 7, 2013
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MrBig
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This book made me feel like I was actually Jesus. I was watching football and realized that I was being disobedient. Then, one day, I read this book. Life changer. It made me realize I am a sinner and that I was going to be burning in the toasty flames of hell. I know that sounds warm and wonderful, but no. It's hell. We're all sinners and come short of the glory of Jebus. R'Amen.
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Review 2 for Enemy Access Denied: Slam the Devil's Door with One Simple Decision
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This book is well written

Date:July 20, 2011
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Pamela Richardson
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I think this book was fabulous! It makes you think about your existence on this earth and what God's expects from us while we're here. We are to be always obedient to God even when the world tells us differently.
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Date:January 20, 2010
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Sharita Phillip
I love reading books by the author. He makes things very understandable, and relevant to today's society. This is an awesome book.
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Review 4 for Enemy Access Denied: Slam the Devil's Door with One Simple Decision
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Date:December 12, 2008
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Valerie
I loved this book as John Bevere explains well how we ourselves allow defeat from the enemy in our lives by disobedience to God. If you have desired to get closer to God and struggle with things not working out in your life this book helps to put those things in perspective and draw you closer to God. Mr. Bever's explaination that one can loose their salvation by making the decision to willfull walk away and reject the salvation and blood of Jesus which once saved them is very good.I would recommend this book to anyone wanting a closer walk with God and move forward in your call for His Kingdom.
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Date:October 30, 2008
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Michelle Saville
I found this book to be very informative in many ways. I do like the way Mr. Bevere takes respect/love for God, obedience to his word and contentment in God's providence very seriously. However, Mr. Bevere also believes that salvation is not secure - your obedience can either gain you or cost you your salvation in spite of the blood of Christ - I disagree that this is the case - then the blood of Jesus would not be sufficient for salvation. As a result, I would not recommend this book especially for new christians as the author would quickly have the person walking on eggshells in spite of the blood of Christ wondering if they are obedient enough to get into heaven.
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