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The Search for Freedom: Demolishing the Strongholds That Diminish Your Faith, Hope, and Confidence in God ebook

by Robert S. McGee


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book by Robert S. McGee. McGee's eye-opening examination of the persuasiveness of evil in the world helps readers recognize entrenched, self-destructive patterns so that they may experience profound change in the very structure of their lives.

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1 Week 1 Demolishing Strongholds Week 1 Demolishing Strongholds Day 1 A. .Since the fateful day when Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the garden, every human being but one has walked around in sarx a sinful.

1 Week 1 Demolishing Strongholds Week 1 Demolishing Strongholds Day 1 A Mighty Fortress God amazed me with people s response to Breaking Free: Making Liberty in Christ a Reality in Life. The reception confirmed that Christians are struggling with powerful strongholds. then God led me to write Praying God s Word. I have since been asked more questions about Christian liberty. Week 1 Demolishing Strongholds It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Since the fateful day when Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the garden, every human being but one has walked around in sarx a sinful, fallen, human nature. What does 1 John 1:8 tell us about who is without sin?

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The dictionary shows us that the word confidence means "faith or belief that one will . We may sometimes lose that confidence in the Lord and become.

The dictionary shows us that the word confidence means "faith or belief that one will act in a right, proper, or effective wa. This definition explains the importance of having confidence and being a follower of Jesus Christ. We may sometimes lose that confidence in the Lord and become influenced by sin. People who are influenced by sin will become confident in themselves and this brings us to becoming pride and arrogant. The TRUTH is we are not to have confidence in anything apart from God.

We lose confidence in trusting God and begin to trust in ourselves and what we can accomplish. We hope this collection of Bible verses about having confidence brings your courage and strength through the love of God. Pride and arrogance takes over quick and we find ourselves forgetting the goodness and grace of God. Then before we know it, something happens or goes wrong that we cannot control and we blame God. The truth is that nothing apart from God can save us or make us whole. Jesus is the answer and without Him at the center of our lives, we will continue to struggle with having confidence.

"With interesting case histories and reference to Scripture, Robert McGee shows how all of us can be free of the attitudes and hangups that too often make life miserable"........Dr. Gary R.
Akinohn
I read a borrowed copy of this book and then bought two used copies online (one for me, and one to have on-hand to give away). Just this morning I was really feeling beleagured. I happened to run across the pages of quotes I had copied out of this book and was immediately revived and refocused.

Sometimes a look back helps you; other times, it helps those you are influencing. In my notes I found this convicting tidbit from page 121: "Sometimes misguided parents think that if they can make their children feel badly enough about themselves, then they will behave as the parents want them to. They do not realize that we act the way we do not because of how badly we feel but because of what we believe to be true about ourselves." Wow. What have I cultivated my kids to believe to be true about themselves? What messages about themselves am I embedding deep into their hearts during these precious years?

As in his earlier book, McGee tackles performance sickness. "If the only time you are accepted is when you perform up to a certain standard, then you are never accepted. Only your performance is found acceptible." (p. 124) How many relationships are sick because people know they can never measure up... "What have you done for me lately?" defines their worth. I fear to think how often we transmit this message to those we love.

One last quote from p. 164: "Satan wins many battles without a fight simply because he convinces us to leave God out of the picture."

This book has open-ended exercises to help you "get under the hood". On p. 172 McGee recommends using Psalm 139:23-24 as an outline for "show me" prayer, so I tried it. "Search me, O God, and know my heart..." (What are my motives right now, Lord?) "... test me, and know my anxious thoughts..." (Lord, what are my anxieties right now? Why? What do they tell me?) ... "See if there be any offensive way in me..." (Lord, where am I being presumptuous right now?) "... and lead me in the way everlasting" (yes, Lord, how would You like to guide me right now?) Let me tell you that 45-minute walk was the most intense download from God's Spirit I have ever received and resulted in 12 "inheritances" I have been pursuing these past six months: motives to purify, anxieties to address with faith, presumptions to excise, and mandates to pursue.

If you are serious, even desperate for freedom, sink your teeth into this book.
Gavirgas
All of Robert's books are so right on that it will take your breath away. The people in this ministry even call you and offer verbal help. A must read for the emotionally crippled.
Ranenast
This book is fantastic and right to the point if you want to learn to grow out of your fears and frustrations. The author Robert McGee uses simple biblical principles to teach us God's way of freedom. I would strongly suggest reading the Search For Significance as well.
Kabei
I am using this Study Guide for one on one Spiritual Enhancement to move forward on our Journey as a Christian, instead of repeating same old habits that hinder us from having victory over circumstances that discourage us.
riki
I kind of got bored reading it.
Djang
I keep ordering this book as it is the clearest presentation for becoming free from your past. From reading ( I re read it periodically) I have formulated what constituted good mental health and its impact on the body. I strongly recommend this to anyone who has been abused sexually. I just can't say enough about how awesome this book is.
Gosar
Any time I read or do a study by Robert McGee I feel he knows me and is writing just for me. It's very hard to take a good look at ourselves and be honest with ourselves. McGee makes the process much easier. I truelly believe that He has God's hand upon him as he leads us in self disovery.
Dr McGee did a 3 hour presentation on the Search for Significance to my class at FCU some years ago. Then I was drawn to read other works of his and found the Search For Freedom a very inspiring piece of work. I recommend this to all those who are trapped in their past. [...]
The Search for Freedom: Demolishing the Strongholds That Diminish Your Faith, Hope, and Confidence in God ebook
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Robert S. McGee
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