Item description for The Voice of the Enemy by James A. Hansen-Quartey...
We have been taught since our pre-school years that talking back to an elderly person is disrespectful. What will you do when you get to know that failure to talk back "to an enemy" stifles your productivity in life and encapsulates you in a mold of gloom and doom. The book you are holding is designed to teach the child of God how to master his/her choices by seeing right, hearing right, and speaking right - harnessing the power of his/her speech center to change his/her destiny and live a God-ordained fulfilled life. Never again should you cave in to the threats of your enemies. In this book you will discover: How to identify the voice of the Good Shepherd How the devil attempts to lay siege to your mind How to short-circuit Satan's connections linked to you How to have insight into the supernatural How to place value on the words of your mouth The voice of the enemy is a unique presentation of bridging the natural and the supernatural - A "must-read" for those who desire a victorious walk with God. JAMES A. HANSEN-QUARTEY has been used tremendously in the teaching ministry. He has a relentless passion for prayer aimed at church revival and an undaunting pursuit for victorious living for the church universal. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Geodetic Engineering and two Master of Science degrees in Soil Science (cum laude) and Healthcare Administration. After a careful appraisal of his values in life, he terminated a Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) program he was studying to respond to the call and purpose of God for his life. He lives in West Haven, Connecticut, USA with his wife Patricia and their two children.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.37" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Aug 30, 2008
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1606471635 ISBN13 9781606471630