Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Review: Stronger Than the Struggle by:Havilah Cunnington

 Stronger than the Struggle: Uncomplicating Your Spiritual Battle
About the Book:
"Why do I still struggle if I'm faithfully following God?"

We all face challenges. On any given day, the problems of real life can take our breaths away. Our marriages, finances, relationships, and health are regular struggles, and that's just the beginning. Doesn't the Bible say the war has already been won? So why do we still battle?

In a down-to-earth, let’s-get-real approach, popular Bible teacher Havilah Cunnington cuts through the confusion and shows us how to

Discern whether we’re dealing with battles within ourselves, resistance from God, or genuine fights with the Devil.
Throw off misconceptions about spiritual warfare, and understand what Jesus really said about our spiritual authority and the certainty we have in him.
Ask the right questions and build a realistic battle plan to win one day at a time.
With humor and honesty, Cunnington lays out practical tools to thrive in the face of hardship, enabling us to walk forward in the confidence that, because of Jesus, we really are stronger than the struggle.

My Review:
 A truly powerful read from beginning to end. The author takes you by the hand from the beginning of the introduction of evil into our society with the devil being tossed out of heaven through to the fall of man. She shows you God's calling on your life and the devil's plan to infiltrate that call and shows you his master plan of lies, deceit, and hatred towards God as well as His children.

 Then the author shows you step by step the way through and out of the struggle. Satan is way more patient than we are and he lies in wait for us to make the critical move that will be our downfall. There is so much truth in the pages of this book that it will leave you reeling at what is done on a spiritual plane right in front of our eyes--many times without us even knowing it.

 A great book on spiritual warfare!

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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