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Thomas Nelson No Small Snakes: A Journey Into Spiritual Warfare

"On a tropical afternoon in 1965, I stopped to chat with a Nigerian carpenter. He looked tired, and, to my surprise, he told me about fearful spirits that had invaded his house the night before. 'Oh, come on,' I smirked. 'You don't really believe in spirits, do you?' Putting down his hammer and wiping his forehead, he looked me firmly in the eye and said, 'There are no small snakes.'" This conversation marked the beginning of Gordon Dalbey's awareness of the unseen world and its negative powers. Part memoir, part confession, There Are No Small Snakes explores one man's discovery of a shadow-war, and his place in it. Open your eyes to the spirits at work against you, so you can fight.
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Great story of one man's spiritual journey

Date:February 25, 2012
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I read No Small Snakes shortly after reading Healing the Masculine Soul because I wanted to hear more about Gordon Dalbey, and what he had to offer. His candor and perspective was very refreshing. Well educated, sincere believer who is willing to be honest about the reality of spiritual warfare, and what traditional church often fails to adequately address. I first became acquainted with the way Gordon prays for those he counsels when I read a book written by Jimmy Carter's sister, whose name I believe was Ruth Stapleton. Very interesting, and my experience suggests it is valid, desparately needed and very helpful for overcoming issues, wounds and/or obstacles. I used Gordon's first name in the prior sentence because he writes as a friend, and as one who is approachable. He is a fellow sojourner. Great insights with a sober belief in God. Romans 12:3 calls us to have a sane or sober estimate of the faith given us, and Gordon writes in that fashion. He simply shares what God has given. Great read!
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