God, Me and the Enemy

What You Need to Know to Live Victoriously

series: Journey to Freedom

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Equip Yourself for Victorious Living in the Real World

Spiritual warfare--the battle raging in the unseen realm--affects every believer. The enemy works relentlessly to undermine our faith and discourage us from joyful living.

With keen insight into this conflict, Peter Horrobin imparts principles that have helped believers all over the world walk in the freedom they long for. And it begins with understanding the three players in this contest of wills: God, me and the enemy.

Horrobin lays the foundation for victorious spiritual warfare by, first, exploring God's character; then helping your true self; and, finally, helping you grasp the strategies of the enemy that undermine your faith. By equipping and strengthening believers, Horrobin will help you overturn Satan's plans and accomplish mighty works for the Kingdom of God.

Praise for Journey to Freedom

"This comprehensive teaching about the ways, works and words of the living God invites us deeper into intimacy with Him."--STUART MCALPINE, pastor, Christ Our Shepherd Church, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.

Peter Horrobin is founder and international director of Ellel Ministries. There are more than 50 Ellel operations in more than 35 countries. Each center provides training courses, schools and opportunities for personal prayer ministry. Peter is a graduate of Oxford University and was a successful publisher before starting Ellel in 1986. Peter and his wife, Fiona, live near the first Ellel center, Ellel Grange, in Lancashire, England. Learn more at www.ellelministries.org.


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  1. Peter Horrobin

    Peter Horrobin

    Peter Horrobin (www.ellel.org) is the founder and international director of Ellel Ministries. there are now more than fifty Ellel centers throughout the world. Each center provides training courses, schools, and opportunities for personal prayer ministry....

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