Deliver Us from Evil has 4 ratings and 1 review. Daniel said: Into a world that is so real; that others will not talk about. Don Basham maybe gone into t. Deliver Us From Evil has 3 ratings and 1 review. Craig said: Don Basham entered ministry in Early in his ministry, he hadn’t given much considerati. Are Christians at risk of demonic invasion?Absolutely not, thought Pastor Don Basham when another pastor suggested evil influences might be causing turmoil .
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I was especially aggravated by the repeated and frequent use of the “Little did I know He also describes the biblical tools that bring about deliverance from demonic influence. He illustrates every teaching point with examples from his years of experience.
To ask other readers questions about Deliver Us from Evilplease sign up. The newspapers ignored five of the talks but gleefully played up the sixth: Chosen Books- Religion – pages. But after more troubling and perplexing problems, Basham began to discover he was wrong. Reading the experiences the author had, didn’t really cause me to not believe him more than it caused fear in me. In a testimony to his honesty in a book promoting deliverance ministry, Basham exhorts his readers to “remember that your problem may have nothing to do with demon activity!
The book goes on to tell how God opened his eyes to demonic activity around him and drew him into a line of work that consumed years of his life.
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I was drawn in real quick but also know that this book is a book to read bashan delieverance but it also points out many things because we need to be ready to form the enemy. The final criticism I have of this book deals with the way the author presents his own story. Basham and it seemed at every twist he would be confronted with xeliver subject over and over until he could no longer deny that evil spirits are all to real and that God had a plan to use him in this type of ministry.
They struck me as self-indulgent padding to bump the page count over Jerry Smith rated it really liked it Jul 08, Don Basham maybe gone into the heavenly gates, but his knowledge, wisdom and understanding about De,iver Christ deliverance from evil spirits lives on his book. It’s never too late.
Through this moving story, you will learn how to recognize the presence of evil spirits, pray for deliverance and protect against demonic invasion. He shares the knowledge that he learns allowing the reader to learn how evil can infiltrate their lives without them even knowing it, but he also provides clear ideas on how to keep that bashamm happening.
I guess it’s the topic coupled with the fact that it’s written by a minister who seems to really stick to the facts. Don Basham was a longtime pastor ordained in the Disciples of Christ.
As a practicing Catholic, I’m not denying that what the author describes can happen, but the melodramatics of it all seems a bit off kilter.
In his candor, he even admits to some very powerful mistakes that may, or may not have inflicted serious, if not fatal harm. From reading this book, I get the impression that, once a demon is cast out, it does not have the power to harrass us or get revenge.
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This book may be a struggle to those who are not biblical-based Christians. A Pastor’s Reluctant Encounters with the Powers of Don Basham found himself drawn reluctantly into the subject of deliverance as time and again he was confronted by stark evidence that people he met and knew were inhabited by what the Bible describes as ‘evil spirits.
Deliver Us from Evil by Don Basham
This is a powerful book with some graphic details. Colin Evill marked it as to-read Oct 03, I gave this book five stars because it is well written and interesting.
The hard work paid off as Basham creates a biblically-based deliverance ministry, free from the “folk doctrines” that were surrounding deliverance then and still.
Paperbackpages. Whatever the case may be it certainly has me jumpy, and that’s one of the reasons I love this topic! This could stem from his own disbelief at what w It’s an intriguing premise to be sure, but something about fon whole thing feels inauthentic.
It’s a classic, as fresh as the day he wrote it.
Deliver Us from Evil: A Pastor’s Reluctant Encounters with the Powers of Darkness
About Are Christians at risk of demonic invasion? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Contents Foreword by Neil Anderson. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. As it stands, while the actual act of deliverance is covered off and on throughout the text, the more focused treatments of it are confined to perhaps a single chapter once they are distilled.
Contrast that “take ownership” attitude to the prevailing zeitgeist of victimization in many churches where virtually everyone is urged to seek deliverance, the implication being it’s not your fault–your bad habits and besetting sins are caused by demons and are not the result of your weak-willed indulgence of the flesh and sin.
Thesa rated it really liked it Jun 10, Refresh and try again. Absolutely not, thought Pastor Don Basham when another pastor suggested evil influences might be causing turmoil in his church and failures in his ministry. Then he exposes how Satan uses such to encroach upon our peace of mind that is our right because of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
May the Lord protect you and liberate you in Christ as you read this fascinating journey. You can find the freedom and healing you need–and be an agent of deliverance to others. Lists with This Book.
However, Don takes it a step further and claims that born again Christian believers can literally be possessed by demons. Books by Don Basham. I fear this distinction is lost in a lot of deliverance ministry today, with the demons taking the rap for our own shortcomings aka Flip Wilson’s “the Devil made me do it! That unfortunate sidebar to Basham’s work dsliver ministry should not cloud the power of this book, which has remained in print for a whopping 45 straight years.