Spiritual Warfare Bundles
Spiritual Warfare Bundle #1
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Bundle includes the following CDs or MP3s:
The Three Heavens
- 3 CD set
Pulling Down Strongholds - 3 CD set
The Three Kings: Authority For Warfare
- 2 CD set
Promotional Price $57.00
Spiritual Warfare Bundle #2
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Bundle includes the following
CDs or MP3s:
The Whole Armor of God - 6 CD
Attitudes for Warfare - 2 CD
The Three Heavens - 3 CD set
Pulling Down Strongholds
- 3 CD set
The Three Kings: Authority For Warfare - 2 CD set
The Glory of God - 2 CD set
Taking the Promised Land - 3
And as your gift - You'll
1) CD or MP3 of
Gumbo for the Soul
- 4 CD set
Book or EBook of
God's Plan for Prosperity
Promotional Price $156.00
Authority for Warfare –
The Difference Between Power and Authority
Forgiveness – God’s Law of Agreement
#1 There is a great difference between power and authority. The
average Christian doesn't understand the difference. Authority is the
right to use power. We only have access to authority when we are under
that authority. James said that we could only resist the devil after we
had submitted ourselves to God. Until we are submitted to God, we don't
have His authority flowing through us. If you have tried to resist Satan
in an area of your life unsuccessfully, it is probably because you are
not submitted in that area. You can experience consistent financial
blessing by using these principles. But the good news is that they will
not only work in the area of finances, but in any area of your life.
#2 Forgiveness is one of the most difficult things to do, but one
of the most effective keys to authority in warfare. In the second
recording of this series, Mark shares how he learned the importance of
forgiveness as a result of the most painful crisis he ever faced. You
don't have to trust someone in order to forgive them. You only need to
forgive them to maintain authority in warfare.
Why the Resurrection
Control Your Desires, or They Will Control You
An In-depth Study of Strongholds
The word stronghold speaks of rebellion. By definition, a stronghold is
an area or territory which refuses to submit. In 2 Corinthians 10, Paul
tells us that we pull down strongholds by using 3 different thought
processes. Strongholds are built in the mind. But is it possible for a
Christian to have a stronghold? ... an area of rebellion? This is an
area of great controversy in the church today. Paul was speaking to
Christians when he told us to pull down strongholds by changing the way
we think. James tells Christians to submit to God, which means that it
is possible to be saved, and not submitted. There is a great difference
between accepting Jesus as Savior and making Him Lord of your life. When
He is Lord, He "calls the shots" - He is the king - He has the only
vote. When we vote in any area of our lives, we establish ourselves as
king of that area, and remove it from the covering of God's authority.
We literally establish a stronghold there.
Notice that when Paul told us
to pull down these thought strongholds, he said in the next verse that
we would only be prepared to attack Satan (revenge disobedience) when
our obedience had been fulfilled. He was not only telling Christians
that their obedience isn't yet fulfilled, he was also telling us that
until we remove the strongholds from our thought lives, we aren't
prepared to do warfare. Unfortunately, many Christians have become so
excited about spiritual warfare, they have jumped into the attack mode
before making sure that they have removed strongholds from their life.
By so doing, they have set themselves up for Satanic attack. As you
listen to the powerful messages in this set, you will definitely be
challenged to take a second look at your thought life. The first step in
warfare should be preparation!
Spiritual Warfare in
The Weapon of Praise
A Pattern for Warfare Prayer
What is the real
source of your problems? In Hebrews 11:3 we are told that everything we
see in the physical realm is caused by the spiritual realm. Ephesians 6
tells us that our battle is not with flesh & blood (physical realm), but
with principalities, powers, rulers of darkness, spiritual wickedness in
high places (spiritual realm). The phrase high places, in the original
Greek, means heavenly places. This means that there is spiritual
wickedness in heavenly places. Obviously spiritual wickedness doesn't
dwell in God's heaven, but it is in a heaven. In 2 Corinthians 12, Paul
speaks of the third heaven, and says that it is paradise. This is the
heaven where God is, but who inhabits the first and second heavens?
Spiritual warfare begins with an understanding of the 3 heavens.
#1 Mark teaches
the purpose of spiritual warfare, as he explains the 3 heavens, and
gives scriptural references for each heaven. If you have ever had an
unanswered prayer, this message will explain what causes this problem,
and how spiritual warfare can bring the answers to your prayers.
#2 we learn about
the Weapon Of Praise. Before Satan was banished from God's heaven, he
was an angel of praise and worship. Now, God has determined that our
first weapon in warfare is the same praise that Satan once offered up to
God. Through praise, you can literally break through Satan's territory.
#3 Mark shows how
we can use The Lord's Prayer as a pattern for warfare. One of the
questions asked most about spiritual warfare is, "How can I do spiritual
warfare, and what do I do first, second, etc.?" This message teaches you
to use the most well known prayer in the Bible as a guide in spiritual
warfare. It begins with praise, "Hallowed be Thy Name" and continues
with submission, "Thy kingdom come," before leading us into full-fledged
warfare with the enemy. You will find this teaching invaluable in your
times of daily prayer.
Having Your Loins Girt with Truth
The Breastplate of Righteousness
Feet Shod with Preparation
The Shield of Faith
The Helmet of Salvation
The Sword of the Spirit
Today, around the world, there is a new excitement about spiritual
warfare. Christians are learning to fight Satan in behalf of their
families, their health, their finances, their churches, cities and
nations. But before going into warfare, we must first be prepared to
face a formidable opponent who is capable of "devouring" those who
challenge him. Remember, you never have been, and never will be stronger
than Satan. The only reason you can even face him in warfare is because
of Jesus. We know this in theory, but in reality, we often assume a
safety that isn't there, because we don't have on the whole armor of
God. Too many Christians assume that because they are saved, they
automatically have on the Whole Armor Of God. But if you stop to think
about it, why would God have told us to put on something that we are
already fitted with? Obviously, it is possible to be saved without
having on the Whole Armor Of God. The way to put on the armor is to
submit that area of your life to God. When you exercise your option to
"vote" in any area of your life, you take the kingship away from God,
and make yourself king of that area. If you want His protection (armor),
you must submit to Him and let Him be the king.
Esther's Greatest Test
The Attitude of a Warrior
story of Esther reads almost like a fairy tale. A beautiful, orphan
slave girl becomes queen, and ultimately saves an entire nation from
death. It involves political corruption, deceit, intrigue, and suspense.
Mark's wife, Gina says that this is one of her favorite messages he has
ever preached. Esther comes face to face with a dilemma which will
confront every Christian; to whom should I be loyal? It is entirely
possible that, in trying to save herself, she could contribute to the
annihilation of Israel.
spoken to her still ring true today, "If you don't do the right thing,
God will raise up another. But you have come to the kingdom for this
moment. What will you do?" *** Paul told Timothy to be a good soldier,
and to not allow himself to be distracted from warfare. He said that
little, insignificant problems would try to divert his attention from
the most important thing - winning the battle. The best way to know if a
Christian is a warrior, is to find out what they are preoccupied with.
If they are always whining about the little frustrations of life, then
they are not a warrior.
The Loss and Restoration of the Glory of
The Power of God's Glory
What is the glory of God? It is the manifestation of His presence. It is
our only source of victory. God does not need weapons for Himself. His
glory defeats all of His enemies. At one time, God's glory covered the
whole earth. Now, the earth is separated from His glory. Why? What
happened? Why is there famine, poverty, disease, war, earthquakes? We
need His glory! God is a king, and a king lives only in His kingdom. If
I want victory in my life, I need to make Him king of every part of my
life. In this teaching series, we learn about God's glory from the
examples given us by the nation of Israel. Remember, whoever is king is
responsible for protecting the kingdom. Who is king in your life?
Don't Be Afraid of your Enemies
Leave No Survivors
Cutting Trees & Building Bulwarks
three of the messages in this series were taken from Deuteronomy chapter
20. When the nation of Israel was going in to take possession of the
"promised land", the Lord gave them 3 instructions for the warfare that
they would face.
1. "Don't Be
Afraid Of Your Enemies" Fear is one of Satan's greatest weapons against
the Christian warrior. If he can fill you with fear, you won't fight
back. God has given Mark some unique insights into fear and how it
works. He learned much of this while praying for his own son, Kenneth to
overcome fear. Mark taught Kenneth how to do warfare against fear at the
age of 5. You too can learn how to overcome fear in this message.
2. "Leave No
Survivors" In warfare, there is a tendency to "quit before the job is
finished". If you leave any survivors, they will grow up to teach you
their ways. Remember, spiritual warfare is more important than life and
death. This is for eternity. Don't take any chances. Leave no survivors.
3. "Cutting Trees
& Building Bulwarks" God said that if a tree bears fruit, let it grow.
But if a tree does not bear fruit, cut it down and use it to build a
bulwark (defense) against your enemies. If parts of your life are
bearing fruit, leave them alone. Find the areas of your life which don't
produce fruit and let God turn them into bulwarks. Your areas of
greatest weakness can become your areas of greatest strength. This
message is probably the most powerful of the 3. Mark ends the message by
telling how Jesus was crucified on a tree that didn't bear fruit. Jesus
said, "humanity needs a defense against the enemy - a bulwark. Cut down
a tree that doesn't bear fruit, and nail me to it, and I'll make it a
bulwark for Christians for all time." And today we can hide in the "Old
Rugged Cross". The instructions God gave to Israel for warfare are still
relevant to us today. They will help you be more victorious in your
daily walk, and in warfare.
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How much money
should you have?
Is money evil?
What does God think of prosperity?
Does God have a plan for making me prosperous?
Mark Gorman answers these and other questions, with fresh insights in
"God's Plan For Prosperity".
Prosperity is one of the most
controversial topics in Christianity today. For years, many Christian
leaders have denounced prosperity as evil. In recent times, others have
touted it as the ultimate measure of one's spirituality. In this
book, Mark uses simple, logical illustrations to pain a picture of God's
opinion on wealth, and how much of it we should possess. As you read
"God's Plan for Prosperity", you will be gripped by stirring accounts of
those who use the principles Mark teaches to prove God's promises in
regard to abundant provision. Mark takes a highly debated subject
and simplifies it while giving scriptural foundation for each principle
he teaches in this easy-to-read book.