This is Pieter de Waal with the eighth article of
the "God's Process for His Purposes" e-course.
God's Process for His Purposes
Part 8 - "The G4G e-book series"
Last week I shared with you about my Gladiators for God
e-book series and about the first e-book in In the Gladiators for God series, called Lose Your Load,
Lose Your Load, teaches you about the Kingdom of Light and the kingdom of darkness. It explains how the kingdom of darkness operates and how to counter it.
To understand God's working with us and in us, we also need to understand who we ourselves are and how we function.
Lose Your Load goes into very specific details regarding the various elements that make us who we are and how we interact with the world, with the spiritual realm and even within ourselves.
Lose Your Load also shows you how the enemy tries to affect you in each area of your life and how these attacks can be countered by using the Helmet of Salvation and the Breastplate of Righteousness.
These chapters are as powerful as it gets. They cover demonology and spiritual warfare and contain tools for
setting you free and giving you a victorious life.
Knowing the armor of God is knowing Jesus. Each weapon in the armor reflects a different part of His character and as you get to know Him better, your armor accordingly gets strengthened.
All these phases are clearly demarcated in the
Tabernacle of Moses, which is also a picture of Jesus.
The other two books in the G4G series are called
Dare to Dream and Grab the Glory respectively. They will soon be available in e-book format. Dare to dream covers God's process as it relates to the Holy Place of the tabernacle and Grab the Glory as it relates to the Most Holy Place.
The Gladiators for God series as a whole will provide you with a step-by-step guide for your spiritual walk, showing you all the divine phases and providing you with the required tools for making all the transitions.
PS. This is the last article of the God's Process for His Purposes e-course. I want to thank you for doing this e-course. May God bless you and keep you!