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In Life in the Combat Zone, Rick Renner teaches you what it takes to fight effectively and come out the victor, no matter what type of spiritual conflict you face. Throughout the book, Rick reveals the traits needed to emerge as a conqueror from every spiritual conflict. 

As he explains in great detail, you must cultivate discipline, preparation, and patience in your life before you ever enter the combat zone. You have to take time to learn to fight like a Roman solider, train like a Greek athlete, and produce like a farmer so you can please the Lord, fulfill your destiny, and receive an eternal crown of victory.

Spiritual battles are unavoidable, and they can be fierce. In this book, Rick Renner will show you how to engage in your battle effectively. One thing is sure: The fight is personal, so it’s imperative that you do all you can to come out the victory!

©2018 Rick Renner (P)2020 Harrison House Audio

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Sound like it was edited by a Church Board

While I heap high praises on Rick's "Dressed to Kill", I cannot say the same for this book. I had such high expectations after D2K. True to his nature, he goes into great detail and research. Then he says things like you get your anointing by submitting to your pastor. I've followed Jesus for over 40 years as a layman in prayer ministry and I've seen many pastors and boards resign, crash and burn. He also says you get your anointing by tithing (that was replaced by stewardship in the New Covenant). When he mentions the rewards that athletes receive, he mentions houses and money and "other things". He pulled a punch and was afraid to say "beautiful young women". Overall, I sense a slightly condescending attitude toward the congregation. After reading over 300 books, most on prayer or spiritual warfare, I would say 'move on" and try Daniel Kolenda's "Slaying Dragons"

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Full of knowledge...Wow

this book was amazing full of knowledge Greek definitions very anointed thank you Rick Renner