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Over a million people have discovered the liberating truths of Neil T. Anderson's "The Bondage Breaker." Now on 3 CDs and with a new cover, this dynamic audio presentation by the author sheds light on God's power over sin and reveals what it means to be set free as a child of God. For 20 years the biblical guidance of "The Bondage Breaker" has helped people discover how to Over a million people have discovered the liberating truths of Neil T. Anderson's "The Bondage Breaker." Now on 3 CDs and with a new cover, this dynamic audio presentation by the author sheds light on God's power over sin and reveals what it means to be set free as a child of God. For 20 years the biblical guidance of "The Bondage Breaker" has helped people discover how to break negative thought patterns, break out of the bondage of sinful behavior, and experience freedom when they: fight the temptation to do it their way trade deception for grace confront the power of Satan actively affirm their identity in Christ This life-changing resource helps anyone facing a struggle understand Jesus' promise to win the spiritual battles that confront them.


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Over a million people have discovered the liberating truths of Neil T. Anderson's "The Bondage Breaker." Now on 3 CDs and with a new cover, this dynamic audio presentation by the author sheds light on God's power over sin and reveals what it means to be set free as a child of God. For 20 years the biblical guidance of "The Bondage Breaker" has helped people discover how to Over a million people have discovered the liberating truths of Neil T. Anderson's "The Bondage Breaker." Now on 3 CDs and with a new cover, this dynamic audio presentation by the author sheds light on God's power over sin and reveals what it means to be set free as a child of God. For 20 years the biblical guidance of "The Bondage Breaker" has helped people discover how to break negative thought patterns, break out of the bondage of sinful behavior, and experience freedom when they: fight the temptation to do it their way trade deception for grace confront the power of Satan actively affirm their identity in Christ This life-changing resource helps anyone facing a struggle understand Jesus' promise to win the spiritual battles that confront them.

30 review for The Bondage Breaker® Audiobook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lorrie

    This is a very misleading book concerning the power of Satan and work of Jesus on the cross. Anderson's main thesis for this book--that born-again believers can be possessed by demons--is not supported by Scripture. His understanding of sin and Christian's struggle to victory is understood by this thesis alone; thus, every believer needs to be delivered from some type of evil or they will never experience freedom in Christ. His resolution to this problem is his "Seven Steps to Freedom" found in This is a very misleading book concerning the power of Satan and work of Jesus on the cross. Anderson's main thesis for this book--that born-again believers can be possessed by demons--is not supported by Scripture. His understanding of sin and Christian's struggle to victory is understood by this thesis alone; thus, every believer needs to be delivered from some type of evil or they will never experience freedom in Christ. His resolution to this problem is his "Seven Steps to Freedom" found in the last chapter of The Bondage Breaker. This is a very formulaic driven process that releases believers from the power of evil. Once again, this is based on the premise that all believers are vulnerable to possession and most likely have something in their past that has opened them up to it. Anderson's discussion on New Ageism is somewhat helpful but does not outweigh the negative. There are far better resources on New Ageism. I do not recommend this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela Blount

    A must-have resource for the Christian looking for healing and freedom from past traumas, habits, and hang-ups that may be causing their walk with Christ to be be something it was never intended to be: burdensome and ineffective. This is not a 'self-help' book, but a way of reshaping your thinking with a solid scriptural basis, confronting lies that have held you down, and embracing your identity in Christ. A must-have resource for the Christian looking for healing and freedom from past traumas, habits, and hang-ups that may be causing their walk with Christ to be be something it was never intended to be: burdensome and ineffective. This is not a 'self-help' book, but a way of reshaping your thinking with a solid scriptural basis, confronting lies that have held you down, and embracing your identity in Christ.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Walker

    yesterday when I was a little over half way done, I would have given this a two. Then today I wad commited to finishing it and I must say it has changed my life. The prayers at then end were so affirming and the forgiveness of self I am feeling is just amazing. Yesterday I thought that Neil was a finger pointer...today..totally different opinon. a must read to heal those irrational feelings from a spirtual place.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    The Bondage Breaker by Neil Anderson is a very power non-fiction novel. He introduces the struggles that many people encounter on the daily bases from emotional battles, depression, negative thoughts, guilt of the past, anger, bitterness, doubt, suicidal thoughts, and so many other problems that people face on the daily. These issues, Anderson unveils, are a battle within self and they can be defeated by discipline and surrender to God. I love His boldness to step out and confront all the inner The Bondage Breaker by Neil Anderson is a very power non-fiction novel. He introduces the struggles that many people encounter on the daily bases from emotional battles, depression, negative thoughts, guilt of the past, anger, bitterness, doubt, suicidal thoughts, and so many other problems that people face on the daily. These issues, Anderson unveils, are a battle within self and they can be defeated by discipline and surrender to God. I love His boldness to step out and confront all the inner problems that we have and give it a spiritual solution. He stated once in his book that, “at salvation God changed our very essence; we became partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world by lust" this means that in Christ the bondage of sin has been broken. I am a strong believer in the faith and this is one of the reasons I picked up this book because I wanted to be free from thoughts and self, but I truly understood afterward that I can only be free in Christ. I learned as a Christian writer we will be persecuted because of my beliefs and the fact that I do believe that issues in our life have spiritual answers to them. Anderson propelled me to go forth and challenge myself in different aspects of writing.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Patrick S.

    This book is not too doctrinally sound and could cause someone to stumble in their walk. I've read a few books like this before and the main concern is that it takes the focus of sin off the person and places it on a demon. The personal accountability is easy to let go right out the window. There are several points I want to make about this book. Anderson is not all bad though. He talks about not flagellating one's self in sin but see yourself as a new creation in God. He does understand salvati This book is not too doctrinally sound and could cause someone to stumble in their walk. I've read a few books like this before and the main concern is that it takes the focus of sin off the person and places it on a demon. The personal accountability is easy to let go right out the window. There are several points I want to make about this book. Anderson is not all bad though. He talks about not flagellating one's self in sin but see yourself as a new creation in God. He does understand salvation and has a good write up on the Fall of Genesis 3. However, Anderson falters a lot. He trades exegesis for eisegesis clearly many, many times. For one example, his bad interpretation of Romans 7 makes Paul a demon possessed man. He also does not treat his eisegesis to explain why we should seek freedom from demons if Romans 7 says that God allows Paul to maintain his thorn of flesh (this is the same issue a lot of charismatics have with wanting health/wealth/prosperity preaching but not the fact that the apostles or Jesus had none of what they're selling). The biggest problem I see with Anderson is his minority view that a believer can be possessed. His teachings pretty much treat believers as non-believers. He is inconsistent when he says that demon possessed believers pull back even from his touch as the Holy Spirit resides in him. But what about the Holy Spirit that resides in that believer? No writing is done on this. While he doesn't come out and say yes or no it is hard to see Anderson believing in the perseverance of the saints. The focus for Anderson seems to be more on Satan than on God. Anderson has an almost Gnostic view that the physical being is under Satan's influence but it's the mind/soul/spirit that is under God's. His eisegesis on this is terrible. He says not to talk to demons but to ignore them, but he doesn't do this himself. He devalues the focus on being a new creation in Christ and instead focuses more on Satan. Less on the Word to sanctify but more on Satan to gain freedom. And that's the biggest rub in this book. The word or teaching of sanctification is not mentioned once throughout it. The focus is more on not having demons attack/influence the believer as much. The Bible and prayer are more incantations to recite than anything. He has no treatment on personal sin but all responsibility seems to be greatly geared towards Satan. Again, a book that is not doctrinally sound and would cause someone to stumble in their faith. Final Grade - F A great Biblical study on the topic can be found here however - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvtEL...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauryn

    This book opened my eyes to the truth that I really am in the middle of a spiritual battle! Not necessarily for my salvation, as I'm already covered by Jesus Christ and my faith in Him, but for my daily victory in God. Satan's constant attempts to trip me up are meant to stop me from effectively doing God's work. No more! After reading The Bondage Breaker and studying the Bible I still struggle with spiritual darkness, but the light is much more visible now. This book has really changed my life This book opened my eyes to the truth that I really am in the middle of a spiritual battle! Not necessarily for my salvation, as I'm already covered by Jesus Christ and my faith in Him, but for my daily victory in God. Satan's constant attempts to trip me up are meant to stop me from effectively doing God's work. No more! After reading The Bondage Breaker and studying the Bible I still struggle with spiritual darkness, but the light is much more visible now. This book has really changed my life forever!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Halley Hopson

    Every single Christian on the planet needs to read this.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Liam

    I read this book early on in my Christian life. I had many many patterns of sin that I was trying to battle and defeat, and I had no idea how to approach them as a new Christian. This book set me on a dangerous religious path that made me very arrogant when I was conquering sin, but very shamed and sorrowful when I was drowning in it. I also was a very judgmental person when looking at others and their sins (despite the fact that I participated in many of the same sinful patterns as those I judg I read this book early on in my Christian life. I had many many patterns of sin that I was trying to battle and defeat, and I had no idea how to approach them as a new Christian. This book set me on a dangerous religious path that made me very arrogant when I was conquering sin, but very shamed and sorrowful when I was drowning in it. I also was a very judgmental person when looking at others and their sins (despite the fact that I participated in many of the same sinful patterns as those I judged). Obviously my legalistic religiosity had many causes, not just this book (including a huge misunderstanding about justification & salvation), however this book certainly catapulted things a bit. The book models many so called ‘Christian’ methods for defeating various sins in that it has a step by step guide that one follows to defeat it - essentially a set of religious steps in order to free yourself of sin. - A ladder reaching to heaven, if you will. The book also focuses on spiritual evil far more than is necessary for a book on sanctification. It heightens the power of spiritual evil beyond what a Christian should worry about. In this way, this book is essentially a self salvation project. It doesn’t rely on Jesus or the Holy Spirit to free from sin and sinful desires, but self. If someone is successful in these ‘steps’ one becomes proud or arrogant. If someone isn’t successful, they will view themselves a failure and become shamed & downcast. This is the same as most religion - and why religion often produces arrogant judgmental people (but obviously not always). A better focus for sin is faith vs unbelief. A sin problem is a faith problem. To defeat sin one needs to trust the promises of God - knowing that that trust itself is a gift of God. This of course can only happen after someone knows that Jesus took all shame and condemnation from them on the cross, and has given them his perfect record - that they are now free from shame and condemnation for eternity future, and have God’s love and grace in the same degree as his Son, because they have the righteousness of his Son given them. Regeneration is also a part of this - that we are given a savoring of God and the things of him over and above our savoring of sin and those desires. We can therefore fight sinful desires by focusing on our delight in God and the things of him, which are now our deepest desires, because after we believe, the Spirit gives these to us in regeneration. This book is not a total failure, and it did have some practical wisdom in it. However it’s dangers far outweigh it’s positives. A much better book on defeating sin is John Piper’s great treatment on the subject, Future Grace. Start there instead.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tom Talamantez

    I classify this book as spiritual warfare. In the conflict between the flesh and the spirit, Christians must have an active faith to overcome sin. Bondage Breaker provides some practical advice from scripture in dealing with habitual sin, depression, pessimism, suicidal thoughts and provides a multi step process for pursuing sanctification. Sometimes we feel defeated in our faith and slip further into darkness because we don't recognize the victory we have in Christ. As Christians we have an adv I classify this book as spiritual warfare. In the conflict between the flesh and the spirit, Christians must have an active faith to overcome sin. Bondage Breaker provides some practical advice from scripture in dealing with habitual sin, depression, pessimism, suicidal thoughts and provides a multi step process for pursuing sanctification. Sometimes we feel defeated in our faith and slip further into darkness because we don't recognize the victory we have in Christ. As Christians we have an adversary who wants to destroy our faith and it will win if we accept the lies about who we are in Christ. I would give this book to a believer struggling in their faith and seeking to overcome.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bess

    This is a dangerous book. I didn’t finish this book as l felt it easily leads one astray. It promotes a false belief system of how to deal with sin, encouraging one to pour contempt on themselves and others. Anderson also promotes the unbiblical idea that Christians can be possessed; Christians can be oppressed but not possessed. The author also writes with a faulty perspective of a doctor although he is not one, suggesting that physical problems are demon possession. I occasionally come across This is a dangerous book. I didn’t finish this book as l felt it easily leads one astray. It promotes a false belief system of how to deal with sin, encouraging one to pour contempt on themselves and others. Anderson also promotes the unbiblical idea that Christians can be possessed; Christians can be oppressed but not possessed. The author also writes with a faulty perspective of a doctor although he is not one, suggesting that physical problems are demon possession. I occasionally come across a book so unbiblical l do not finish it. This was one of those books.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Parts of this book were good for me, such as taking each thought captive to Christ and getting rid of things in the home that serve as negative spiritual strongholds. This part of his family history questionnaire really bothered me, though, and continues to bother me when I think back on reading this book three years later: "Was your father clearly the head of the home, or was there a role reversal in which your mother ruled the home? Explain." Now, I think there is such a thing as being "too fem Parts of this book were good for me, such as taking each thought captive to Christ and getting rid of things in the home that serve as negative spiritual strongholds. This part of his family history questionnaire really bothered me, though, and continues to bother me when I think back on reading this book three years later: "Was your father clearly the head of the home, or was there a role reversal in which your mother ruled the home? Explain." Now, I think there is such a thing as being "too feminist" in a worldly sense as part of our culture and being too focused on power over others as a woman, but I think there is also such a thing as being a Christian feminist who believes that women are valued and loved equally by God with equal capabilities to men. So why does a father serve as the "head of the home," whereas a mother would "rule the home"? I don't want to be too hard on him since I can see his point--nobody is healthy in a home with an overbearing, nagging Mom--but I don't think a home in which the man's word is law and the woman has no decision-making power is healthy either. Since I disagree with this point in his philosophy, I feel like I need to take the rest of the book with a grain of salt too--not in disbelieving in spiritual warfare, but just in the fact that this is a specific man who obviously has a very literal interpretation of the Bible. My advice would be to take the spiritual freedom offered in this book seriously, but absorb Anderson's ideas with a critical eye.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Damos

    Confirmed my understanding of the very real spiritual battle that humanity on Earth is fighting. The evil one is real & so is the power of Father Son & Spirit. God bless all who read this book (& others!) Take it seriously. The spiritual battle is the unseen reality of the lives we live.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    This book was recommended to me by a friend. It has some helpful thoughts, but I didn't buy a lot of the author's arguments and I thought he did a poor job with some of his biblical interpretation. I also didn't really like how much the author includes letters people have written to him about how they "found freedom" through his material. It felt a bit congratulatory to me (even though he does repeatedly say that the power isn't in him, but in the truth). He repeatedly refers the reader to his o This book was recommended to me by a friend. It has some helpful thoughts, but I didn't buy a lot of the author's arguments and I thought he did a poor job with some of his biblical interpretation. I also didn't really like how much the author includes letters people have written to him about how they "found freedom" through his material. It felt a bit congratulatory to me (even though he does repeatedly say that the power isn't in him, but in the truth). He repeatedly refers the reader to his other books for additional help in specific areas and that got a little annoying too. I don't know. I have a hard time with this topic. But I've never heard of the author so I was reluctant to accept his views and I wasn't impressed with what seemed like a lot of proof-texting to me. He seemed to infer a lot from the text that wasn't explicit. I'm not sure I'm on board with the Steps of Freedom toward the end, either. His overall views and methods just didn't convince me from scripture. One thing that I did like and will remember was that our battle is not one of power, but of truth. There were other thoughts that I found helpful, but I honestly wasn't very invested in the book and didn't make note of them. I think the book could be a lot shorter. I didn't necessarily feel like each chapter really stayed on course. Each chapter had a theme, but I thought they were pretty vague and that much of the material could be inserted in any of the chapters. I think if this book were distilled down to some main points (without all the personal anecdotes and repetitive fluff) there could be some good here, but it's still mixed with unconvincing scriptural application.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This purports to be a book on spiritual warfare, but it veers from that purpose into being a book about demon possession and the proper way to exorcise a demon. Which would be fine, but Anderson actually says several times that we shouldn't engage demons when we encounter them, then turns around and does the exact opposite in the examples he provides of "possessed believers" he's encountered. My problems with this book are many, but my three biggest problems with it are these: 1. Anderson explicit This purports to be a book on spiritual warfare, but it veers from that purpose into being a book about demon possession and the proper way to exorcise a demon. Which would be fine, but Anderson actually says several times that we shouldn't engage demons when we encounter them, then turns around and does the exact opposite in the examples he provides of "possessed believers" he's encountered. My problems with this book are many, but my three biggest problems with it are these: 1. Anderson explicitly claims that Christians can become possessed, and at one point seems to claim that the Apostle Paul was possessed. The actual examples of demon possession in the Bible always follow a certain pattern, though. First, there is shown to be a demon (and it is always explicitly referred to as such). Then Jesus or an apostle casts out the demon. And finally, as a result of the experience, the former possessed person accepts Christ's salvation. We are never (to my admittedly fallible knowledge) given any examples of possessed people being believers before the possession began, or coming to faith during their possession. Anderson uses his own interpretations of verses to uphold his claim, often with no explanation of why he believes his interpretation is correct. This is fallacious, and dangerous, and I dislike that he continues to use this line of reasoning the entire book. 2. The number of possessions he claims to have seen. Anderson claims to have witnessed an inordinately high number of possessions. At one point he claims to have cured someone of MS by casting out a demon that had been causing her symptoms. A little later, he claims to be the only one who was able to help a woman who had been a medium, because the other counselors she'd seen "were just trying to manipulate the spirits--which was what she was trying to do when she was a [...] medium." That is a direct quote from page 112. Christian counselors were trying to communicate with demons and manipulate them like a psychic medium. I find this a ridiculous claim, and it was, sadly, one of many examples shared of times when Anderson was able to "help" when no one else could. I am dubious that any single man could encounter that many cases of true possession. 3. The dismissive attitude Anderson has toward depression. As someone who suffers from depression, Anderson's attitude toward it was insulting and dismissive. He often implied that depression was just a symptom of laziness or being weak-willed, and that if depressed people would just stop being lazy they'd feel better. (This is not my impressed face.) Along with this, he later deliberately phrased an entire paragraph to make it seem like people who asked God for help resisting temptation/sin would be dismissed by God because (to quote what Anderson claims God says), "'I've done all I'm going to do. I defeated and disarmed Satan at the cross. I conferred all authority on you in Christ. Now open your eyes. Realize who you are and start living accordingly.'" (p. 87) What statements like these do is put all the responsibility for righteousness, sanctification, and remaining sinless on believers, which is not at all biblical. For people already struggling in their faith, telling them it's all on them and God's not going to do anything to help them is maybe the single most damaging thing you could say. In addition to these three things, there is also the fact that the first time I tried to read this book, I kept having the thought "I need to cast out whatever demon is inside me," quickly followed by, "But I'm not demon possessed. I don't have any of the biblical symptoms of possession. I have depression and anxiety, but I'm not blaspheming the name of God, and I'm not foaming at the mouth. I don't speak in tongues, and I don't try to physically harm myself. I'm just sad for no reason, or scared for no reason." Anderson's teaching that our emotional ailments are rooted in some kind of spiritual warfare is dangerous. It's going to lead Christians to believe they're demon possessed (they aren't) and it's going to confuse and mislead people who are having success treating their mental illnesses with medication and therapy. EDITED TO ADD: I went back and looked at the "pray away the demons" part of the book again, having just skimmed it the first time through and I need to add to my review that Anderson has several lists of things that he says are demonic. Included on these lists are things like Magic: The Gathering card games and playing Dungeons and Dragons. He also lists several things that are morally neutral, but depending on how you participate might be good or bad. However, he claims that any kind of participation in these things is demonic. He also has a section talking about renouncing your sexual sins. He lists being raped or molested as a sexual sin. Not raping or molesting but being the victim of these crimes. He then orders readers to ask God for forgiveness for being raped/molested, and tells them to ask Him to reveal if they were secretly willing participants in their sexual assault. This is some of the most blatant victim blaming I have ever seen, and Anderson tries to make it sound like God sanctions his ideology. Nowhere in the Bible is any victim of rape ever told that it is her fault. Nowhere in the Bible does God ever shame someone for being raped. Please be aware that this triggering language is included in the book, and that it is wrong.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kayisha Thomas

    This book is such an eye opener, the prayers at the end are powerful, its full of revelation, light and in-depth examples of bondage and how to break it. I believe its a book that all Christians need to read because sadly, too much of us are not aware of the power we possess and the ability we have to withstand the attacks of the enemy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Candy Shepard

    The price on the cover of this book does not, by any means, proclaim its value. Based on the theme in James 4:7 that we are to submit to God and resist the devil and he will flee., this book explains that tHe power is given to us by the blood of Christ, but we must be proactive. Believe. Submit. Resist. Powerful book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Sărban

    Exceptional

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Simons

    This is a powerful book, I have bought it many times to give away because of the great freedom it brings to know how to be free of bondages in your life. Read this book! Do not let the enemy stop you from becoming free!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

    This book was amazing and truly able to prove the author’s thesis. Any Christian is able to break from the bondage of sin if they are willing to learn what is necessary to accomplish this process. What I found so fascinating is that the majority of the effort is not focused upon the Christian “doing” something as much as it was upon the finished work of Jesus Christ and what He has “done” for us. There is a wonderfully practical message fro every Christian who has ever felt trapped by their sin This book was amazing and truly able to prove the author’s thesis. Any Christian is able to break from the bondage of sin if they are willing to learn what is necessary to accomplish this process. What I found so fascinating is that the majority of the effort is not focused upon the Christian “doing” something as much as it was upon the finished work of Jesus Christ and what He has “done” for us. There is a wonderfully practical message fro every Christian who has ever felt trapped by their sin and unable to break free from the torments of guilt and discouragement. We realize through this entire work that we are not alone in our struggles and that we truly can live without the chains that we have grown so accustomed to. Not only was the author able to prove his thesis he was also able to truly encourage the reader to seek out spiritual freedom. Throughout the entire reading of this book I began to consider my own private life and personal ministry. I know that I have struggled with spiritual pitfalls and besetting sins throughout my entire life and this book gives very clear pathways to victory that are both Biblical and practical. Anderson did lose me on one specific part of the book when he began to discuss whether or not a Christian could be possessed by a demon. Conventional Evangelical thought is to reject this possibility stating that if we are possessed by the Holy Spirit at salvation then there is no possible way that we can be possessed by another spirit. Though Anderson does not come right out and say it, it seems that he clearly leans toward the idea that a Christian is able to be heavily controlled by an evil spirit just short of calling it possession. I found his argument to be fascinating though I still find myself convinced that a demon cannot posses a child of God. By far the most engrossing portion of the book was Anderson’s practical step-by-step plan for seeing Christians freed from spiritual bondage. This was clearly a portion of writing that has been practically used by the author on many numerous occasions and gives real insight, not only to the life and work of the author, but also in how to practically adapt his teachings into your own life and ministry. This was an amazing chapter to be sure and something that I have never seen in another book. I genuinely have little to negatively critique in this book though I know it is my obligation to do so. I simply enjoyed this book too much for me to add a large area of negativity to this paper. This was a great book overall.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Félise Esposito

    If you're reading this during a hard time, you may as well skip ahead to the Steps to Freedom. It was nice to know where the author's coming from, but to throw in some variation of "And then this person went through the steps and transformation happened!" kept getting me pumped to do it myself, only to turn the page to the next section and read about something else. It's like books that end with cliffhangers at the end of every chapter. I already bought the book. I was sold. It was great. Read, If you're reading this during a hard time, you may as well skip ahead to the Steps to Freedom. It was nice to know where the author's coming from, but to throw in some variation of "And then this person went through the steps and transformation happened!" kept getting me pumped to do it myself, only to turn the page to the next section and read about something else. It's like books that end with cliffhangers at the end of every chapter. I already bought the book. I was sold. It was great. Read, reflect, take time to really honestly, prayerfully ponder and you'll get a lot out of it too.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Donzel

    This book is one mom wanted me to read once she was done with it, so I've picked it up, and am about 4 or 5 chapters into it. So far, it's looking really great! I'll let you all know more once I have finished it myself. This book is one mom wanted me to read once she was done with it, so I've picked it up, and am about 4 or 5 chapters into it. So far, it's looking really great! I'll let you all know more once I have finished it myself.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Grace37

    This book was just what I needed! I have to say that I will need to read it again just because there was so much good information and direction in this book. I'm thankful to have found this book. A must read for every christian. This book was just what I needed! I have to say that I will need to read it again just because there was so much good information and direction in this book. I'm thankful to have found this book. A must read for every christian.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marja Verschoor-Meijers

    Practical book about setting people free from demonic oppression and bondage. I learned a lot from this book. As a Christian it is useful to read at least one book on this subject, so as not to be ignorant.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    Excellent important reading for any believer. Focus is on spiritual warfare and what it is - but this book isn't "flaky." Very soundly based on Scripture, filled with great exposition of Scripture, and very practical. After reading this one, I bought the youth edition to share with my sons. Excellent important reading for any believer. Focus is on spiritual warfare and what it is - but this book isn't "flaky." Very soundly based on Scripture, filled with great exposition of Scripture, and very practical. After reading this one, I bought the youth edition to share with my sons.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lana Shaw

    Very good, very sound, very practical.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Arlene

    Life is so much more than what we see, and this book is willing to tackle them. It is a brave and bold endeavor, that exposes the darkness of strongholds.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lori Beach

    Neil T. Anderson is gifted in helping you see strongholds in area of your life from reading this book and Boundaries is amazing as well. He also has a wonderful bible study on praying in the spirit.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dyanna

    I totally recommend this book, it has an honesty that it will release you from your chains of sins and make you see the true power of Jesus's sacrifice and His love for us sinners... I totally recommend this book, it has an honesty that it will release you from your chains of sins and make you see the true power of Jesus's sacrifice and His love for us sinners...

  29. 4 out of 5

    Beverly A.

    Helps you to overcome negative irrational thinking patterns , To walk a more victorious life.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Omolo

    What a book this one was amazing and eye-opening with regards to spiritual warfare!For the longest time I was afraid of attempting to read books on spiritual warfare as they are abit overwhelming and overstimulating for me.But Neil in this book , broke it down for me so well that I can actually do it daily.Spiritual warfare is continuous, as long as I am living on planet earth, the possibility of being tempted , accused or deceived is continuous. Deception is the key strategy of the evil one.But What a book this one was amazing and eye-opening with regards to spiritual warfare!For the longest time I was afraid of attempting to read books on spiritual warfare as they are abit overwhelming and overstimulating for me.But Neil in this book , broke it down for me so well that I can actually do it daily.Spiritual warfare is continuous, as long as I am living on planet earth, the possibility of being tempted , accused or deceived is continuous. Deception is the key strategy of the evil one.But I counter that, by choosing to believe in the word of God which is truth.Power for the believer comes in knowing and choosing the truth.I am to pursue truth by reading the word of God regularly.Failure to read the Bible makes me susceptible to the enemy's lies.I experience peace when I allow the word of God to richly dwell in me.Every time I memorize a Bible verse, listen to a sermon or participate in a Bible study, I increase my knowledge of God and enlarge my shield of truth.Apart from hearing and reading the word of God, I need to obey it and do what it says. Unforgiveness is an issue that has been addressed explicitly in this book and that can hold one back from achieving true freedom in Christ. Unforgiveness offers Satan the biggest door into the church. I need to forgive others so Satan cannot take advantage of me.If I can't forgive from the heart, I can't be free from the past.Forgiveness is to set a captive free, only to realize that you were the captive. Staying free in Christ is a personal responsibility.No one can repent or believe for me, nor can they submit to God and resist the devil for me;but I can be helped to do those things, so I can do them by MYSELF.I can be prayed for, encouraged in the faith, counseled, but if I go into the battle without my armor of God, I may get hurt.

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