SYLVESTER, Ga. (PRWEB) March 16, 2018
“Spiritual Warfare: A Battle for Control of Your Soul”: an enlightening work that encourages people to check the condition of their hearts and live Godly lives. “Spiritual Warfare: A Battle for Control of Your Soul” is the creation of published author, Debra Allen Hill, a member of First African Baptist Church “Temple of Hope” in Sylvester, Georgia and a mother of three children.
Debra shares, “Don’t give your life to Christ only with lip service. If you do this, the enemy has tricked you into believing that you are saved. God knows those who are his, for when you went forth for salvation, he was looking upon your heart, and if the words you spoke were not in your heart, you have believed in vain. This is why we find so many people who are quick to say “I’m saved” but never did anything more. In fact, they left the altar (the presence of God) the same way they came, lost. They go on to live just as before—no change, no renewing of the mind, no Word.
Don’t let the enemy trick you into believing you’re saved while you’re living contrary to the Word.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Debra Allen Hill’s new book is a remarkable work that reminds believers to truly live for Christ instead of just claiming that they are saved and living a lifestyle that is contrary to the Word, for God looks at the heart of those who profess that they are his.
There are various insights that are based on God’s word that Hill incorporates in her book. Her powerful writing motivates everyone to get ready for Christ’s return by focusing on their spiritual lives instead of the physical aspect.
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Consumers can purchase “Spiritual Warfare: A Battle for Control of Your Soul” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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