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Combat faith

Author: Hal Lindsey
Publisher: Toronto ; New York : Bantam Books, 1986.
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Now, more than ever, we must learn to break the "faith-barrier" ... to overcome worry, anxiety, and fear and enter into a new dimension of peace and stability ... to claim the invincible inner peace that God has promised each of us -- no matter what the circumstances.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hal Lindsey
ISBN: 0553343424 9780553343427
OCLC Number: 13581851
Description: 238 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. Hope for the gathering storm --
Will the church go through a great persecution? --
Few dare call it conspiracy! --
The advent of an age of paranormal --
The dawning of the "New Age Movement" --
The religious invasion from the East --
The New Age "diets" --
The New Age and physical fitness --
The New Age invasion of education --
The New Age and visualization --
The New Age and "alternative medicine" --
The coming collision --
The Communist threat --
True Christians are at top of Communist hit list --
The need for a "combat faith." II. The many facets of faith --
God's definition of faith --
Being sure of what we hope for --
Being certain of what we do not see --
Faith is object-centered --
The paradox faith --
No faith, no fellowship --
How faith relates to grace --
Faith is a gift of God --
How grace relates to works --
How faith relates to good works --
Faith only grows in the atmosphere of grace --
Faith-rest: God's base for victorious living --
Faith-rest operates through a new worldview --
Flying by instruments and the divine viewpoint --
Some close parallels --
The faith-rest defined. III. Cracking the "faith barrier" --
Introduction to God's rest --
The meaning of God's rest --
Our new Sabbath --
God's faith course No. 101 --
VI. The impact of parents' faith --
The heritage of faith --
Abraham's greatest sacrifice --
God's commendation of Moses' parents --
Encouragement for today's parents --
Concerning teaching children --
V. An act of faith that changed history --
Moses' amazing decision --
Source of Moses' knowledge --
Who was the fool? --
Settling the question of whose will. VI. God's B.D. degree --
Disciplined by grace --
The flight into bootcamp --
How God turned failure into blessing --
God's forty-year seminary --
Nice going, God! --
God's gracious providence --
The lost forty years --
A lesson in solitude --
The principle of broken things --
Another broken vessel --
Principles of God's B.D. degree --
VII. Power perfected in weakness --
God re-calls his champion --
Any old bush will do, Moses! --
God's glory in earthen vessels --
Moses! Moses! --
Moses tries to "chicken out" --
Excuse no. 1: "I don't know your name" --
Excuse no. 2: "What if the Israelites don't believe God sent me?" --
Excuse no. 3: "I am not eloquent" --
Lord, I believe; help my unbelief! --
Keeping a covenant and busting a marriage --
A comforting reunion --
VIII. How faith humbled an empire --
The Moses who returned --
Moses' first confrontation with Pharaoh --
God's strongest promise --
Reasons for delay --
Signs and wonders in judgment --
The occult in Pharaoh's court --
Israel's great liberation. IX. The Passover: God's drama of the cross --
When the humble get angry --
Humility is no pacifism --
The night a nation was saved --
God's perpetual reminder to Israel --
X. The battle is the Lord's --
The miracle of Israel's foretold history --
The population of the Exodus --
The Lord's strange leading --
Where's that pillar going now? --
The Lord's way of leading --
Pharaoh takes the bait --
Israel's glorious opportunity-fumbled! --
"Spiritual geometry?" --
Moses cracks the faith barrier --
When it's wrong to pray --
How one man's faith saved a nation --
The baptism of Moses --
Moses' reputation: from hero to bum to hero --
Israel's 20/20 hindsight faith --
The Red Sea and you --
XI. Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory --
The curse of a short memory --
One of life's most dangerous addictions-grumbling --
The "wrong king of water" test --
Growing from smaller to greater faith exploits --
The dynamics of praise --
Faith is like a muscle --
God's solution for bitterness --
a tree --
The Lord who heals --
Palm Springs of Sinai. XII. The no food, no water test --
Surprise! Surprise!ÖIsrael gripes again! --
The sin of looking back --
The worst sin Christians commit --
Promises for the worry addict --
The sin the Lord could not forgive --
Grace upon grace --
No water --
A smitten rock that became a spring --
Some sad lessons --
XIII. Grasshoppers or giants? --
The majority report, Part 1 --
The minority report, Part 1 --
The majority report, Part 2 --
You are what God says you are! --
The plague of the human viewpoint --
So what's new? --
The minority report, Part 2 --
One man and God are a majority! --
The majority is usually wrong! --
Upward to the pinnacle of faith --
True intercessory prayer --
Forgiven but disqualified --
The reward of faith --
The true fountain of youth --
The real tragedy of it all. XIV. The real war --
The ancient conflict --
The beginning of sorrows --
Like begets like --
The great cause of human suffering --
Why man was created --
Satan won the first battle --
Round one --
Satan's strategy --
God has won the great battle --
Is God unfair? --
XV. The weapons of our warfare --
Three-dimensional warfare --
The filling of the Spirit, our source of power --
Jesus Christ is our model --
The war against the flesh, and the filling of the Spirit --
The indwelling of the Spirit --
The filling of the Spirit and spiritual gifts --
The filling of the Spirit and maturity --
The filling of the Spirit is not a mutual assistance program --
Why the believer can never be condemned --
Two principles of life contrasted --
How to be filled with the Spirit --
How to be filled with the Spirit --
The war against the devil --
Our strength --
Intelligence report on our enemy --
Checking out our armor --
The belt of truth --
The breastplate --
The shoes --
The shield --
The helmet --
Our sword --
Prayer, our heavy artillery --
Having prepared, be ready to fight --
Combating the world-system --
The battle for our affections --
Worldliness defined --
The delicate line --
Final briefing. XVI. Why do Christians have trials? --
Need we fear trials? --
Do committed and spiritual people have trials? --
God's love for each believer --
The eternal perspective --
Discipline for sin --
1. The discipline of divine love --
2. Discipline versus punishment --
3. Four principles of discipline --
Trials to keep us from pride --
Trials to build faith --
Trials that cause growth --
Trials that teach obedience and discipline --
Trials that prevent us from falling into sin --
Trials that equip us to comfort others --
Trials that prove the reality of Christ in us --
Trials that glorify God --
Trials for a testimony to the angels --
1. God's revelation to the angels --
2. In defense of Job --
3. Jesus' negative confession --
4. The twelfth commandment --
XVII. Endurance in the race of faith --
The dynamics of waiting on the Lord --
Learning to run in God's race --
Casting off excess baggage --
Endurance: the essence of combat faith --
Jesus, the supreme example of combat faith --
When deliverance is delayed. XVIII. Focusing on things not seen --
The eternal things that are not seen --
Our new bodies --
Our new dwelling place --
Our crowns --
The crown of righteousness --
The crown of life --
The crown of glory --
The crown of exultation --
Our new garments --
God's special books --
The book of tears --
The book of remembrance --
Kings and priests --
Higher than angels --
We shall know God as He now knows us --
Hope, the key to a dynamic present faith.
Responsibility: Hal Lindsey.

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Now, more than ever, we must learn to break the "faith-barrier" ... to overcome worry, anxiety, and fear and enter into a new dimension of peace and stability ... to claim the invincible inner peace that God has promised each of us -- no matter what the circumstances.

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