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Some may read the title of this book and think this is some sort of book that deals with a monarch figure of English folklore that was terrorizing a colony set in the medieval times. Then, there are those that have read the introduction and expect a dissertation on the brain and multiple personalities. Guess what? You are going to get a taste of all of that in the pages to follow. Based on the fact that people have been dealing with the fight within since the beginning, of time this subject matter has been approached from many angles. From the Apostle Paul, to Plato, to Aristotle to Sigmund Freud, many have tried to self-examine mankind and design a road map detailing how to navigate the rugged terrain of this thing we call life. It was while I was trying to negotiate my own inner battles that I was led by the Holy Spirit to an interesting time and period in the Bible where the Israelites were faced with a very demanding task. They were challenged to do something that would prove to be critical for them to take possession of a land that promised a better existence and abundant resources to make life more prosperous for them. In my studies, I found a provocative Biblical story that has a potentially broader impact for mankind, if we can open ourselves to embrace the deeper implications. As the dramatic story unfolded, I soon determined that the plight of the Israelites could actually be indicative of an individuals internal battle and inward journey towards personal growth and development. Inspired by God, I decided to write a sermon series about it entitled Driving out the kINGS. In this series, I dissect the mission the Israelites were given in order to possess the land promised to them by God. This mission I found to run parallel with that of a person trying to take control of their life and be the best that they can be in the good and bad of life. Join me in the following pages to seek the better you for the best life of your dreams.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: United States
    • Código de Barras:  2020100512560
    • ISBN:  9781463410568

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