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The Bondage Breaker: Overcoming Negative…

The Bondage Breaker: Overcoming Negative Thoughts, Irrational Feelings,…

by Neil T. Anderson

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Featuring a new introduction by Neil T. Anderson, this freshly re–covered edition of his bestselling book The Bondage Breaker (more than 1.2 million copies sold) leads readers away from the shadows and shackles in their lives and toward the freedom that comes when they

realize they have the right to be free
confront the power of Satan
fight the temptation to do it their way
trade deception for grace
affirm their identity in Christ

Neil Anderson ultimately helps people break negative thought patterns, control irrational feelings, and break out of the bondage of sinful behavior. Those struggling will discover how to embrace the promise of Jesus to win the spiritual battles that confront them.
  OCMCCP | Jan 15, 2018 |
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  PastorT | Jan 25, 2017 |
A book whose conclusion is at odds with much of the material covered. Although Anderson acknowledges that not everyone with emotional issues is in bondage to demonic forces, he does assume that almost anyone with personality abnormalities is linked to having invited a binding spirit into their lives at some time prior. The conclusion is that "exorcising" anyone is dangerous to the person afflicted and not as effctive as simply praying often for the same person. An interesting book at many places, but not comprehensive and dated by it's focus on New Age threats to christian living and spirituality.
  sacredheart25 | Feb 7, 2013 |
We live with consequences whether we want to or not; our only choice is whether we will do so in the bitterness of unforgiveness or freedom of forgiveness
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Don't wait any longer to discover that your most important defense against a life of bondage is recognizing the enemy and knowing how to defeat him.

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