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They seek counseling, practice confession, and pursue God-centered lives, yet still these genuine believers feel hopeless in finding freedom. Could they be under the influence of evil spirits?
Yes, says author Neal Lozano. In Unbound, he reveals Satan's strategies and the sneaky "entrance poin Many Christians find themselves struggling with a particular sin or dysfunction. In Unbound, he reveals Satan's strategies and the sneaky "entrance points" Satan finds to get a toehold in a Christian's life. He helps readers acknowledge the doors they may have opened to evil influence, and shows them how to close those doors and walk in God's freedom and abundance.
Lozano's focus on God and his work in the believer's life, not on intimidating aspects of evil spirits, gives this book a balanced and hopeful tone. Because deliverance is part of the ongoing, glorious work of the Holy Spirit, Unbound outlines a plan for tapping into the potent power of the gospel.
It also offers guidance on how pastors, counselors, and laity can pray for others who are still bound by evil and help them to gain victory. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Unbound , please sign up. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 30, Betsy rated it liked it. Deliverance ministry is an interesting subject, casting out demons to find total freedom in Christ. Personally I have mixed feelings about the process and the concept. What I liked about this book is that it warns about the "downward spiral of introspection" that leads to depression, and the dependency ppl can develop on their counselors and vice versa.
There is no imprimatur on this book which is good because there are some blanket statements that are stated in the book which I seriously have d Deliverance ministry is an interesting subject, casting out demons to find total freedom in Christ. There is no imprimatur on this book which is good because there are some blanket statements that are stated in the book which I seriously have doubts about "soul tie", "have you ever read your horoscope" etc.
That being said, I do think there's power in renouncing lies about yourself that are brought about by the painful scars we inflict on ourselves through sin or by the words and deeds of others. Living in the freedom of your true identity as sons and daughters and healing these scars is a worthy goal A very well -balance book about a difficult issue.
If you are in deliverance ministry or helping an exorcist you must read this book. But not only that. It is really helpful in order to discover our own demons and how to renounce. However I miss very much a chapter about the aid of Virgin Mary in the ministry of deliverance. This book will help you open doors that need to opened and to shut and nail the doors that need to be closed--paving the way to spiritual freedom.
This isn't a book to read in a day or even in five. Sit, read a little, and marinate in the words. Truly, this book will change not only your life, but will change and strengthen your spiritual relationship with God, making it more intimate, and lift your heart.
Highly recommended for those who would like to sever the bonds of the past, rejection, abuse, This book will help you open doors that need to opened and to shut and nail the doors that need to be closed--paving the way to spiritual freedom.
Highly recommended for those who would like to sever the bonds of the past, rejection, abuse, fear, etc. View 2 comments. So good for me personally and the ministry I have been entrusted with! The first half of this book brought so much healing to me life and showed me the importance of deliverance ministry. The second half has given me the tools to share this ministry with others.
I am much more confident now because of this book. Jul 22, Adam rated it it was amazing Shelves: christian-inspiration , pastoral-leadership. Best book on deliverance ministry besides Francis MacNutt's titles. While the information in this book is valuable for the interior spiritual life and overcoming the adversity that Christians face in the spiritual realm, I feel that something is lacking in terms of how to continue moving forward.
The book describes steps but, those steps need to be part of a larger process of self-reflection and prayer that never ends. While the book does say this at times, I feel there is not much information on how to continue beyond the steps presented. May 24, Ryan rated it it was ok. Good stuff. Definitely an unexplored area for most Christians, including myself.
Inspired me to seek out a priest for some prayers of deliverance. But overall the book seemed very repetitive. I found myself skimming large sections at a time. Seems like the same material could be presented in a five-page article. Jun 23, M rated it it was ok Shelves: theo-christian-discipleship.
A largely rhetorical not academic discussion of deliverance. I thought the author was over simplistic in his analysis and displayed a somewhat sophomoric understanding of sin, temptation, and what causes spiritual bondage. I am no academic myself, but I thought the author's explanations elementary. Nov 11, Sengole Gnanaraj rated it really liked it. A good book to understand how childhood trauma or hurt might become a hold for getting trapped into the power of the evil! The Church's work of healing and deliverance must take into consideration these important facts.
Not all spiritual problems are psychological problems and not all psychological problems are spiritual problems. Nov 09, Stephanie rated it really liked it. It was recommended to me by a wonderful priest, and I will probably be revisiting its concepts again and again.
This was a great book on deliverance and spiritual healing. It makes you realize that the whole process of growing closer to God is an ongoing journey where you are constantly exposing old wounds or areas of bondage and turning more of your life over to God as you go.
This is a very important and a very useful book. It would be necessary to read it for a lot of people. It can help you to clean your life from a lot of unpleasant behaviors and other negative impacts. Mar 25, Jennifer Failla rated it it was amazing. Very enlightening on how to be in service to others using a gentle manner. Quite easy to read and follow along. Mar 04, Sexy rated it did not like it.
I threw this book away after reading this compromised book that doesn't even mention any traditional Catholic theology or practice. The author is protestantized "catholic" charismatic wanna-be exorcist who doesn't even say a single word about Mary, the Mass or the use of Catholic sacramentals. That alone should tell you where his allegi I threw this book away after reading this compromised book that doesn't even mention any traditional Catholic theology or practice.
That alone should tell you where his allegiance lies. The authors writes, talks and sounds like a Protestant all right. What talks like a duck, walks like a duck, is a duck.
Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance from Evil Spirits
I was assigned to read Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance in preparation for quarterly new priest meetings I attend. While we didn't actually discuss the book at the meetings, I'm glad I read This title of this book can be misleading. Although this book does provide a guide in deliverance ministry it is more a general prayerbook.
Unbound : A Practical Guide to Deliverance
Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance from Evil Spirits - eBook
Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. As a teacher on deliverance, Neal Lozano knows that many believers struggle with the same sin areas time after time. Yet victory can be as simple as tapping into the potent power of the gospel. By focusing on Jesus and his work, rather than on the intimidating aspects of evil spirits, readers can reset their mindset about their spiritual struggles.