A pair of resources can aid leaders in your church in defeating this ugly spirit when it rears its head.
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If you have confessed this or know someone who has, please read this.
Some may simply be blind to the truth.
The conflict with the enemy rages on, and here are some things we need to remember when we go into battle.
This one thing will cause us to endure and not quit, cause us to look shamelessly at circumstances that would cause the strongest person to crumble, and lead us in the same victory lap as Christ.
What exactly is the Pharaoh in the church? Evangelist John Burton explains.
Prayerlessness and withdrawal from God during adversity only intensify your problems. Do these six things instead.
The megachurch pastor is painting a vivid picture of a supernatural war many don't even realize is underway.
Franklin Graham sheds some lights on the current situation of persecution against Christians all over the world.
There's only one way to pull them out, and it's not by ignoring them.
If you've been tempted to blame the devil after you fall into temptation, consider these four points.
In part two of a two-part series, John Burton reveals how we can attack the spirit of Absalom.
"However, there's a reason God put them on the other side of that veil."
Evangelist John Burton tells some incredible stories of accusation, betrayal and division he's experienced in his ministry and shares practical advice on how he and his wife have overcome these tools of the enemy.
The spirit of the age is overwhelming the church in ways we may not have considered.
Saul resisted the next move of God and lost the kingdom. David embraced it and ushered Israel into victory.
When you study the Greek word "rebuke," you can get a revelation of your authority that will make the devil flee.
We can't turn a blind eye to this, but what can we do practically about the beheading of our brothers in Christ? Read on.
Television and film producers have made billions of dollars selling sex on the small screen, but the tide is turning. Here's what's going on in the heavenlies.
Some Christians debate whether we can experience direct fellowship with the Lord. Is it possible?