Strong in Battle Why the Humble Will Prevail By Susie Larson from Bethany House Publishing. Your battle is real, but Jesus has won the war! What you believe determines how well you'll fight. Your understanding of who God is and who you are in His Kingdom makes all the difference when the enemy attacks, whether he's coming after your health, your finances, your relationships, or anything else.
And though it sometimes seems like the enemy is winning the day, God Himself will have the final word. Strong in Battle is about how to gain victory in your hardships and overcome obstacles you face in this life. God is training your hands for battle and your dependence on Him is your superpower, leading to better discernment and more power, wisdom, and authority.
Intimacy with God will lead to love overcoming fear, which will help you fight with more courage, joy, and strength. The battle is real; you're not imagining it. And this book's practical battle strategies will help you arise victorious with a stronger sense of who you are and what you possess through Jesus Christ. So fear not-your on the winning side.
My Opinion: this book is focused on God and His amazing power and love, rather than dwelling on the enemy. Susie rightly divides the Word of Truth to show us our true standing in God's love and mercy provides a clear picture of what might be holding us back from flourishing in the Christian life and identifies Scriptural strategies to protect ourselves from and decisively defeat our ages-old spiritual enemy. She has mined the depths of Scripture to bring us new insights to use our God-given weapons to not only defend ourselves in battle but to have overwhelming victory over the enemy of our souls.
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