Item description for Walking in Freedom: 21 Days to Securing Your Identity in Christ by Neil Anderson & Rich Miller...
Overview Each of the 21 days of select readings featured in "Walking in Freedom" provides three truths--the truth about God, the truth about every person, and the truth about freedom. Recommended Scripture readings are included that affirm each of the three.
Publishers Description God wants His children to walk in the freedom purchased for them by Christ at Calvary. Every person has been given the responsibility to make right choices in life--we must choose truth, reject lies and forgive those who hurt us--but God has not left us as orphans to fend for ourselves The Holy Spirit gives us the power to walk in the freedom that is already ours in Christ. Following these 21 days of select readings will increase the liberating work that God has begun in you through the Steps to Freedom in Christ. Each daily devotional provides three truths--the truth about God, the truth about you and the truth about freedom--as well as recommended Scripture readings that affirm each of the three. As readers begin to hide these truths in their hearts, they will learn how to stand firm in their freedom and build a strong and holy shield against the enemy's attacks.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.25" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Jan 2, 2009
Publisher Regal Books
Edition Revised, Update
ISBN 0830747184 ISBN13 9780830747184
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More About Neil Anderson & Rich Miller
Neil T. Anderson is founder and president emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries. He has 30 years of pastoral and teaching experience and was formerly chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology. Neil has authored and coauthored 50 books on Christ-centered living, including Discipleship Counseling, The Bondage Breaker, The Christ-Centered Marriage and Overcoming Addictive Behavior. He and his wife, Joanne, currently reside in Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about Walking In Freedom (Revised)?
Walking In Freedom Apr 6, 2009
What a great book! This is one of those books that I will read again and again. I appreciate how the author, Neil Anderson, uses the Bible to validate his writings. He uses the Truth to teach the truth.
Walking in Freedom Mar 2, 2009
This devotional is well written and biblically sound. A useful tool for experiencing freedom in Christ! Excellent for young adults too!
21 Day Devotional for freedom, by Neil T. Anderson Sep 6, 2006
Another good book.From this faithful saler! All the books in order to read for spiritual help are in this order. 1."Victory over Darkness 2. Updated and expanded Bondage Breaker 3. "21 day Devotional" All exsalent books, each just a bit different. walks you through the steps. With a open heart and honesty between you and the Loving Lord. You will be set free. Give it all you got, go for it. These books and prayer set me free from spiritual bondages holding on me...Voices... You read the prayer outline truthfully to the Lord - think while you pray. His books are trully a must read by every believer, young or old, even Pastors read them. Books are to help the whole body of Christ. With love for everyone! I'm passing my book on now and started the legalishim book. All books by Neil T. Anderson
very disappointed Jul 25, 2006
I have read other books by Neil Anderson and been encouraged, so this isnt a critique of his theology or ministry - but - this book was for me a waste of time. Walking in Freedom is mainly just information, God is your Father, you are already free, God is holy - stuff like that, which is "true" - but generally useless for anyone dealing with real struggles. Yes, the Truth with set us free, but information does not. Walking in Freedom is has been little-to-no help for me.
Neil Anderson hits the target dead-on. Aug 27, 2005
Contrary to the uninformed review from Janurary of 2004, Mr. Anderson's book "Walking in Freedom" is theologically and scripturally correct. Remember- "we walk by faith and not by sight." The devotional is only for those who are serious about their walk with Christ and puts the believer in the position of trusting God completely for deliverance and guidance. I am not finished with the book, only half way through. I wonder why "believers" feel it is their duty to trash and discredit leaders in the body. This is a deception and the works of the darkness. Have no fellowship with such individuals. Read the book and do the devotionals- in faith - and find out for yourself. The journey begins with the first step- trusting God and leaning not unto your own understading.