Turkish Title: Özgürleşme
Original Title: Unbound
Author: Neal Lozano
Many Christians find themselves struggling with a particular sin or dysfunction. They seek counselling, practice confession, and pursue God-centered lives, yet still these genuine believers feel hopeless in finding freedom. Could they be under the influence of evil spirits? Yes, says author Neal Lozano. In Unbound, he reveals Satan's strategies and the sneaky "entrance points" Satan finds to get a toehold in a Christian's life.
Lozano's focus on God and his work in the believer's life, not on intimidating aspects of evil spirits, gives this book a balanced and hopeful tone. Because deliverance is part of the ongoing, glorious work of the Holy Spirit, Unbound outlines a plan for tapping into the potent power of the gospel. It also offers guidance on how pastors, counsellors, and laity can pray for others who are still bound by evil and help them to gain victory
God has a plan for your life. Don't let Satan spoil it. Do you find yourself struggling with the same sin area, time after time? Do you feel hopeless in finding freedom, despite your best efforts? Unbound will help you acknowledge and close the doors you may have opened to evil influence and Satan's underhanded strategies. By tapping into the potent power of the Gospel, you can foil Satan's plans for your life and live the abundant, glorious life God has in mind. This balanced, hopeful book will guide you to freedom, focusing on God and His work in the believer's life-not on intimidating aspects of evil spirits. It also includes practical instruction on praying for others to be set free.
"One of the best books on deliverance." Randy Clark, founder, Global Awakening
"Unbound is very usable as an introduction to a deliverance ministry. If you are looking for a good book to start with, I recommend this one." Dr. Charles H. Kraft, Fuller Theological Seminary
"Neal Lozano has been helping people for many years achieve levels of peace and freedom in their lives that they had never hoped to experience." Ralph Martin, president, Renewal Ministries