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Wingspread Publishers Authority of the Believer

Drawing on the concept of authority from Ephesians, MacMillan shows how authority can be used to confront demonic intrusions, both personal and corporate and to facilitate the extension of God's kingdom both local and global. Now with three-volumes-in-one (The Authority of the Believer, The Authority of the Intercessor and Encounter with Darkness), this classic challenges all believers to "learn the secret of victory through authority" and to overthrow the forces of darkness. 174 pages, softcover from WingSpread Publishers.
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Date:April 18, 2010
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Rebecca Harbin
Andew Murray wrote, "A Christian often feels perplexed by the variety of truths and duties set before him in Scriptures; to see clearly what the central thought is, is like finding the key to some building round which one had vainly wandered seeking an entrance." Murray was writing about Hebrews 8:1 and I was reminded that Christ is seated on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens. The key thing I need to know when I come to intercession is that all authority in heaven and earth belong to Jesus Christ. This book...The Authority of the Believer...brings to the reader's focus the centrality of this truth that all authority belongs to Jesus Christ and the believer is seated with Him in heaven. We can pray from a position of victory. The main text is not from Hebrews but from Ephesians and Colossians. This book is a gem.
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Date:February 5, 2010
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Janice Glover
This book,written initially as a series of articles,contains powerful truths that most Christians have never heard or considered.I have purchased several copies over the past year to share with others and would recommend it to anyone who is serious about a relationship with Jesus Christ.
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Date:December 30, 2009
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Kathy Saylor
Very good book. The Body of Christ needs to take in what this book has to teach us about our authority in Christ.
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Date:December 7, 2009
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Peter Chapman
I'm quite sure this book is a landmark text in beginning to understand what authority we have. Punctuated by seasoned personal insights into the faithful author's journey.
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Date:November 30, 2009
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Donna Wright
An excellent book ! This has really helped me with my prayer time ! I found that it has very practical points that I can apply to my Christian walk.
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Date:February 7, 2009
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Randall Waibel
MacMillan's fundamental work on the authority of the believer is a classic, and is the standard for all writing on the subject since the 1800's. This book is a definite faith-builder, as it labors to show the believer who he/she is in Christ. The book is an indepth look at Paul's teachings in Ephesians ch 1-2 of the believer's present exaltation with Christ at the right hand of God in the heavenlies, far above all demonic forces. The book serves as a very important contribution to the understanding of the life of victory in Christ.
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