The Strategies of the Threshold books have been extremely popular. This pack contains 6 paperbacks that will make you aware of the enemy's tactics and his rights that will stop you from stepping into God's purpose for your life.
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Name Covenant: Invitation to Friendship
Abram became Abraham. Jacob became Israel. Simon became Peter.
Name covenanting seems at first like an archaic, long-discarded practice that disappeared in the first century around the time Saul became Paul. The patriarchs and apostles exchanged names and so received new destinies. But that was then. And this is now.
However name covenanting never went away.
Robert Louis Stevenson became Teriitera. Paul Gauguin became Tioka. James Cook became Terreeoboo. Arthur Phillip became Woollarawarre.
These recent examples throw light on this ancient practice of friendship and kinship. They show us that, when God offers a new name, more than simply a new calling is attached. It's an invitation to friendship with Him.
Dealing With Python: Spirit of Constriction
Why do so many of us miss the calling God has for us? Ephesians 2:10 ESV says: ‘We are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.’
Yet often His calling and its associated good works elude us. We see the door opening wide but, instead of a freedom to move, we suddenly experience escalating levels of constriction and wasting.
The spirit of Python has a God-given right to test us at this doorway. And, unless we know its tactics, we may find ourselves squeezed out instead of welcomed in.
Dealing With Ziz: Spirit of Forgetting
A companion volume to Dealing with Python: Spirit of Constriction.
The most significant of the threshold points of life is the doorway into God's unique calling for us. He invites us through covenant to fulfil the destiny and purpose for which we were born.
However, many of us fall at the threshold, rather than pass over it. We experience unremitting constriction, wasting, retaliation and forgetting--to such a degree that it's easy to doubt the promises of God.
This pioneering work examines the spiritual implications of forgetting in relation to thresholds and covenants. Because the opposite of remembering is dismembering--dismembering of truth--the spirit of forgetting is able to bar the way into our calling.
But there is an answer.
Dealing With Azazel: Spirit of Rejection
"I am your only friend." That's the playbook line that works so superbly for the spirit of rejection. Most of us fall for it without even realising that our coping mechanisms—fight, flight, freeze, flatter, forestall or forget—are actually undermining our every effort to overcome this entity. What exactly can we do to subdue the spirit of rejection in our lives without sabotaging ourselves in the process? This is the latest book in the series, "Strategies for the Threshold", and is the most highly anticipated volume so far. It addresses the nature of the spirit and also references to it in Scripture, its wider agenda, its spiritual legal rights, and its propensity for following after you to undo the good that you do.
1. The Art of Fear
2. The Art of Roar
3. The Art of War
4. The Art of Corps
5. The Art of Law
6. The Art of Dawn
7. The Art of Story
Appendix 1 Summary
Appendix 2 The First Disciple
Appendix 3 With Jesus for 6 Days
Hidden in the Cleft: True and False Refuge
Jesus had a refuge--a safe haven--He retreated to when His life was in danger.What does His choice reveal about where best to find sanctuary in times of trouble? What is the significance of the hiding place He used for an entire season?How can we discern the difference between a true and false refuge? Removal of our false refuges is the first step towards achieving our life's calling--the divine purpose for which God created us.Yet all too often we fail to recognise how we've defaulted to a false refuge when disappointment strikes.This book offers practical help, hope and encouragement towards achieving your destiny in Christ.
Dealing With Leviathan: Spirit of Retaliation
Retaliation, reprisal, retribution - many of us express the ferocity of our encounters with the spirit of Leviathan with such words. Most believers are stunned by savagery of the backlash they experience, and are baffled by God's seeming failure to intervene.
Reparation, recompense, restitution, restoration-these promised corrections to injustice are smashed just as they seem within reach. Why does this happen?
As we examine Scripture, we find that Leviathan is an officer of God's royal court. When we violate the consecration of that Holy Place, it has the legal right to remove us. It does not do so gently.
Dealing with Leviathan offers insight into overcoming this spirit of the deep.