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For seventeen years , Elaine served her master, Satan, with total commitment. Then she met Dr. Rebecca Brown, who served her master, Jesus Christ, with equal commitment.
Elaine, one of the top witches in the U. Brown, who stood against her alone. In the titanic life-and-death struggle that followed, Dr.
Brown nearly lost her life. Elaine, finding a power and love greater than anything Satan could give her, left Satan and totally committed her life to Jesus Christ. This is an honest, in-depth account of Satan's activities today. You'll see how to: Recognize and combat the many satanists who regularly infiltrate and destroy Christian churches.
Recognize and combat satanic attacks. Recognize those serving Satan, and bring them to Jesus Christ. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published August 1st by Whitaker House first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Start your review of El vino a dar libertad a los cautivos. I have never thrown a book away or destroyed one Rebecca might truly believe the stuff that she writes about - if so God help her! This book does nothing but build fear -unnecessarily. It is one thing to be aware of the scary people and strange behaviors out there - it is quite another to believe that there are horned beasts, werewolves, actual vampires and other mythical creatures running around trying to destroy humans and their souls.
I threw this book away to protect innocent and naive people for falling victim to this hogwash! One should not live their life in fear - but in rejoicing at the beauty and wonder that God has created for us and to look forward to what lies beyond this earthly life!
View all 3 comments. I read the whole book. It started out fairly well, but as I got into it I noticed there is Scripture taken out of context and some bazaar theology presented in many places.
I believe that without very good Biblical background, this book could easily lead a Christian into some serious encounters that would put them in way above their walk. If you have not started the book, I feel it is best to leave it on the shelf and become more established in the basics before taking this book. View 1 comment. Pure insanity. Tale of baby-murdering Satanic witch-cults, demon possession etc. Allegedly a "true" story. Author is now known to be a mentally ill con-artist.
If I could vote less than zero, I absolutely would. How did this trash make it onto the shelves as a non-fiction story? Is it because of her bs attempts to "back up " her claims with Scripture? Bible quotes mean nothing when they are taken out of context, perhaps open up one yourself and understand she doesn't have a leg to stand on with 1 star for making an entertaining read, but minus 60 stars for being written by a delusional schizophrenic who thinks her cat is a Satanist out to get her.
Bible quotes mean nothing when they are taken out of context, perhaps open up one yourself and understand she doesn't have a leg to stand on with her supposed Biblical "proof. If you need a reason why, just look at the reviews from people who actually believe this garbage.
I'm sure the author thoroughly enjoyed convincing readers and herself that she was a special, demon-fighting cookie, and I wish her luck in getting over whatever stress-induced mental disorders she has developed during becoming an M. This book is obviously not for everyone. As I have previously read on some reviews, this book frightens some Christians.
Some have complained it glorifies satanism and gives the reader some side effects like hard time sleeping. This book is based around the author Rebecca Brown and a woman named Elaine.
The story is about how Elaine was deep into satanism even becoming the wife of satan and having intercourse with him. Through numerous trials Elaine is saved and excepts Jesus Christ as her Lord This book is obviously not for everyone.
The book goes into some detail of how satanism works and how witches and warlocks are able to use certain powers against others. It explains how strong believers of Christianity can combat against human spirits which are the spirits of human witches and warlocks trying to cause harm and demons with the power of Jesus Christ. It also explains how the spirit, soul, and body are all different and their functions. Rebecca gives her opinion on how to truly except Jesus Christ in your life and the results that come with it.
Some readers have quickly frowned upon the book for various reasons even gone to the extreme of discrediting her with her personal life issues. Some ideas in the book may be extreme to some readers for example the mention of werewolves, zombies, and vampires.
If you can read these things open-minded and aren't quick to judge this book may benefit you. This book is a wonderful book i read this at 17 im now 18 and its sad that i read many reviews where other Christ like said that this was a horrible book or frighted them and that made me want to question them, what is there to fear??
If you read this book and fear came upon you in any way that shows you where u stand with god he gave us the pow This book is a wonderful book i read this at 17 im now 18 and its sad that i read many reviews where other Christ like said that this was a horrible book or frighted them and that made me want to question them, what is there to fear??
If you read this book and fear came upon you in any way that shows you where u stand with god he gave us the power to over come satan and not fear him. I read this at a young age and slept peacefully point blank period whether is false or true the whole point i got from this book is our lord and savior Jesus Christ is powerful and will always ALWAYS over come satan and will fight our battles if we are sold out to him which is above and not who dwells below.
Growing up in a fundamentalist Baptist home, I read this book when I was about 12 and it scared the daylights out of me. But even then, I had to question most of the story.
Can people actually astral project? Will angels build a wall around a person under spiritual attack? Can someone actually have intercourse with the devil incarnate? The reader has to accept that the answer to all these questions is an absolute yes. I find it all very hard to believe as non-fiction. However, it is acceptable a Growing up in a fundamentalist Baptist home, I read this book when I was about 12 and it scared the daylights out of me. However, it is acceptable as a story written by a diseased mind.
I don't doubt that the author believes these she actually experienced these bizarre scenarios, but I can't imagine that most rational people would accept this story as reality in any way, shape, or form. I would like to start out by quoting some scripture. Philippians New International Version states: Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
El vino a dar libertad a los cautivos
Few books bring Satan so close to home so vividly. Unfortunately, the author is a looney charlatan and this book has deceived many people. Not recommended for reading late at night in the dark or by overly-spiritualized or easily manipulated minds. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. Due to high volume, we can't respond to individual comments.
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