Fighting the Battles of Life

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Xulon Press, 2004 - Religion - 220 pages
In Fighting the Battles of Life, Grace Oby Johnson reveals the possibilities of you as a believer to set yourself free from the Spirit of Witchcraft. Witchcraft is the dominant evil force that controls the world system today. Unfortunately, it seems to have some wicked hold also on the Body of Christ on earth. In her usual compelling style, Grace Oby Johnson offers profound biblical insights and time-proven principles on: Enforcing the victory of Jesus Christ. Fighting from a winning side. Delivering yourself from demonic inheritances. Exposing the activities of the Spirit of Witchcraft. Discover how to break the hold of the Spirit of Witchcraft off you and your loved ones. Pastors will also discover how to discern this wicked spirit of darkness. GRACE OBY JOHNSON is the founding pastor of the Logos Group of Churches and the president of the Logos Aflame Ministries Incorporated with her headquarters at Lekki Peninsula in Lagos State, Nigeria, West Africa. Her apostolic office can be seen in the number of churches (six) founded under her leadership. She is also the founder and president of the 70 x 7 Links International, an international body that hosts annual homecoming events for Africans in the Diaspora, and brings repentance and reconciliation to them on the issues of the past slave trade. Pastor Grace and her ministries are also involved in mission work, through which they provide schools for rural communities at the riverines of Lagos State. Her new birth experience spans over thirty-five years in the Lord. She has served the Lord in ministry for twenty-eight years. Pastor Grace is a gifted teacher of the Word of God with a strong prophetic calling. She has a strong passion in the areas of leadership development and spiritual warfare. She has authored three books, two of which are in the French language. She is an international conference speaker.


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