Author(s): C. Peter Wagner
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For generations when Christians have engaged in spiritual warfare, most of the time they have focused on "satan" as the main opponent. However, C. Peter Wagner has gathered together a number of ministers who teach from personal experience that the "principalities and powers" are more than just satan--there is an entire hierarchy of demons in this world. Often, missionaries and ministers are finding that they have far more success in an area when they first go to war in the spirit and in prayer against the evil power that rules a certain region. C. Peter Wagner has compiled this book of many voices, speaking from Scripture and personal experience, teaching the reality of territorial spirits and the necessity of waging targeted, powerful warfare against them in order to reach the souls these evil powers have held captive for too long.
Christians must take to heart what the Bible teaches about spiritual warfare. Arm yourself with this book!
"This strategic book is a needed contribution. The Church is awakening to the potential of united prayer. City-wide prayer meetings are becoming a common phenomenon. It is time to examine again the nature of the unseen realm as revealed in God's Word. We need all the help we can get and Peter Wagner has served us well by compiling the insights of godly men and women who have proven the Word in both scholasticism and in demonstration with power." -- John Dawson
C. Peter Wagner is Vice-President and Apostolic Ambassador for Global Spheres, Inc., a vibrant organization that equips the body of Christ by providing apostolic/prophetic alignment for kingdom-minded leaders both in the church and in the workplace. Wagner has authored over 70 books. He is also the founder and lead apostle of Eagles Vision Apostolic Team consisting of 25 recognized apostles. He was the founding President of Global Harvest Ministries; and he is the founder and Chancellor Emeritus of Wagner Leadership Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in Social Ethics from the University of Southern California. Peter and his wife, Doris, have three children, nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren, making their home in Colorado Springs.