Item description for Spirit Warriors: A Soldier Looks at Spiritual Warfare: Strategies for the Battles Christian Men and Women Face Every Day by Stu Weber...
Overview Pastor and former Green Beret captain Stu Weber reveals the crucial spiritual battles that all Christians face constantly, whether or not they are aware of the, "Somehow we have come to mistakenly associate spiritual warfare with charismatic personalities strutting across brightly lit platforms...whuppin' on evil spirits," says Weber. "But spiritual warfare is so much more than a show." With warm and winning counsel, the bestselling author/speaker warns of the very real perils readers face, giving them what they need to survive and thrive.
Publishers Description Pastor and former Green Beret captain Stu Weber reveals the crucial spiritual battles that all Christians face constantly, whether or not they are aware of them. "Somehow we have come to mistakenly associate spiritual warfare with charismatic personalities strutting across brightly lit platforms ... whuppin' up on evil spirits," says Weber. "But spiritual warfare is so much more than a show." With warm and winning counsel, the bestselling author/speaker warns of the very real perils readers face, giving them what they need to survive and thrive.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.61" Width: 5.83" Height: 0.77" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date May 8, 2003
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1590521501 ISBN13 9781590521502
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More About Stu Weber
Stu Weber is senior pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church near Gresham, Oregon. He is a much-in-demand international speaker and the author of the popular Four Pillars of a Man s Heart, All the King s Men, and Along the Road to Manhood. He and his wife, Linda, have three children, Kent, Blake, and Ryan."
Stu Weber currently resides in Gresham, in the state of Oregon.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Spirit Warriors: Strategies for the Battles Christian Men and Women Face Every Day?
Call to battle! Jan 22, 2002
Stu Weber, a pastor and former Green Beret captain, has written "Spirit Warriors" from the perspective that the Christian life is the war to end all wars. If you are a Christian - male or female - you are a spirit warrior in a "flat-out, knock-down, drag-out war". It is imperative that Christians grasp this reality. Weber states that a wartime theme pervades Scripture. Christians are called to 'fight the good fight of faith' and everywhere there are scriptures mentioning attacks, blood sacrifices, swords, shields, battles, defeats, and victories. Our adversary the devil is real, intense, and extremely devious, but thankfully he is not all-powerful or all-knowing. Neither will he be ultimately successful. God has given us angels, spiritual armour, and His Word to equip us for victory. With these, we can take captive every thought and tear down every stronghold that is raised up against the truth that is in Christ Jesus. I found this book inspiring and uplifting. It charges the heart with spiritual vitality and strengthened faith in Jesus. The author addresses many issues that the Church would do well to pay attention to, especially in this day of spiritual confusion and post-modern philosophy. A book well worth reading for its balanced perspective and encouraging message.
Suit Up! Jan 11, 2002
Get your spiritual armour ready. This is probably the best non-fiction Christian book I have read in a year. The author was in Special Ops, so he has an idea what warfare is about. This book was recommended to me by a church member who also was in Special Ops. He says that the author is dead-on. The advice is usable by all Christians and reminds us to stand firm in our faith and be prepared for the weapons of the Evil One. Recommended for men and women, late teens through adult.
Good Book on Spiritual Warfare Nov 10, 2001
I've read several books on spiritual warfare lately, and found that from a practical point of view, who better to tell us about warfare than a modern-day warrior? Although I prefer Kay Arthur's book on warfare because it made me dig more deeply in the Scriptures and make conclusions for myself, I still think Mr. Weber's book gave better insight from the point of view of someone who had actually been in a war. I would recommend reading both books to give a balanced view on this subject, spiritual and practical.