Buy the pack and read the books in the order the author suggests:
'Before reading Dealing with Belial, I recommend you work through Hidden in the Cleft: True and False Refuge. If you want to go further after reading this book, I recommend God's Pottery: The Sea of Nanes & the Pierced Inheritance, which has, in its last chapter, a series of fourteen steps to progress through as guidelines for tackling the 'threefold guard' that forms the main obstacle to getting across the threshold into our calling.'
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1. 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?
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.
2. Dealing With Belial: Spirit of Armies and Abuse
'What harmony,' Paul asked, 'is there between Christ and Belial?'
Where, you might think, did he pluck that name from? In most English Bibles, the name appears for the first time in Paul's second letter to the Corinthians. So it comes as a surprise to realise this army commander of the spirit world is mentioned 27 times in Hebrew, almost always in connection with abuse. Modern translations generally hide it under the word, "worthless." Yet from the stories where it appears, we can draw important principles for dealing with the tactics, agenda and ploys of this entity.
3. God's Pottery: The Sea of Names & the Pierced Inheritance
Guilt says, 'I made a mistake.' Shame says, 'I am a mistake.' Shame affects both our identity and destiny in Christ.
So it's no coincidence that, in Hebrew, guilt and shame are related to the very thing that defines our true identity: our own name.
Name covenants and threshold covenants are meant to usher us into the hidden place in Christ where He is our shield and inheritance. Instead shame, disappointment and fear drive us into complicity with the enemy of our souls.
When the door into our calling opens but we experience constriction and wasting, not full and abundant life, then it's time to uncover just what has gone wrong.