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Most Christians are living with hindrances and hang-ups that are keeping them from enjoying the fullness of God's presence and blessings. It is the enemy's goal to keep Christians in bondage and hinder their service to God's kingdom. Satan uses common obstacles ­ - some theological, some emotional - to keep people away from the powerful deliverance ministry of Jesus Christ. For some it is fear, for others it is wrong theology. In this audio teaching, Frank Hammond highlights the various arguments against, and negative reactions to, the casting out of demons in the Church today. In a thoughtful and well-researched manner, he uses scripture, and his experience from over 40 years of ministry, to dispel rumors, myths and incorrect theology on the subject.

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I until only heard of one book by Fred Hammond and that was of course Pigs in the Parlor. So when I ran across this book (rather sermonette) I knew I had to grab it and one other. I sat down with my children and we dove in together because I don't want them to be ignorant on the subject matter, especially living in this day and age. I highly recommend this book. it is an easy follow and leaves you wanting more. By the way at the end of this book...when he was praying I received deliverance from religious piety. Glory be to God.

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Very Good!

You'll find this well worth your time. Very informative! Well Worth a second listen... My people parish for a lack knowledge...

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spirit warfare

great! Frank Hammond is very good at teaching and administering deliverance! I have learned much!

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Live a life of deliverance

This message is beneficial. It is based on scripture. The experiences shared reveals the life, power and necessity of deliverance.
Darla

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great<br /><br />

Awesome message The Word if God is powerful and mighty.
and We have this access to this power,
Glory to Jesus

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Every now and then I fall for one of these. If it wasn't so much trouble I'd seek a full refund.

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Another Great Teaching.......
very insightful. I will listen to this book again soon as I'm sure that I missed something on the first go around.

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There is no substitute for true Deliverance

Excellent job! This is much needed and well thought out.
Thank you Mr. Hammond.

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great job in delivery of the message

loved it highly recommend it. have many other messages from this author. perfect for any season of life.

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This book is awesome!! Powerful Deliverance!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes i would. this book will help you in deliverance ministry or to get set free your self.

What other book might you compare The Obstacles to Deliverance to and why?

"prayers that rout demons"

Which scene was your favorite?

the prayer and his teaching on authority of satan

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

the prayer