Brad Gilbert has become one of the world´s greatest tennis players by ´´winning ugly´´--analyzing and capitalizing on an opponent´s weakness. Now Gilbert shows how to think better--and win more often--on the court. ´´Winning Ugly is great. These are pro tactics that will improve a recreational player´s game fast´´.--Pete Sampras.
The Bible is explicit: We live in a world of distinct opponents; our very lives are a battle. Yet too many Christians lose more battles than they win and endure their walk with God rather than enjoy it because they don´t recognize the enemy when they see it. More importantly, they have no idea how to respond. While society tells us we can react simply, the truth is that a wish, a hope, and a prayer are not the best responses to attacks from those who stand between us and the Father. Christians must be strategic in their reactions to these clearly defined enemies, learning how to fight biblically and effectively rather than just sincerely. In Spiritual Warfare, Dr. Karl Payne - pastor of Leadership Development and Discipleship at Antioch Bible Church and Chaplain for the NFL´s Seattle Seahawks - has written a guidebook for defense that is simple, biblical, and transferable. Through his teaching on how to recognize and resolve attacks from the world, we learn that we are more than conquerors in Christ. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Lundeen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/099993/bk_acx0_099993_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The battle is ours! ´´Our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world.´´ (Eph. 6:12 NIV) For generations when Christians have engaged in spiritual warfare, most of the time they have focused on ´´Satan´´ as the main opponent. However, C. Peter Wagner has gathered together a number of ministers who teach from personal experience that the ´´principalities and powers´´ are more than just Satan - there is an entire hierarchy of demons in this world. Often, missionaries and ministers are finding that they have far more success in an area when they first go to war in the spirit and in prayer against the evil power that rules a certain region. C. Peter Wagner has compiled this book of many voices, speaking from scripture and personal experience, teaching the reality of territorial spirits and the necessity of waging targeted, powerful warfare against them in order to reach the souls these evil powers have held captive for too long. You will learn: There is an entire hierarchy of demons in this world, many with specific geographic territories. Once a territorial spirit´s power is broken, ministry in that area can be far more effective. How to go to war against evil spirits to break their power over the people of a region. Christians must take to heart what the Bible teaches about spiritual warfare. Arm yourself with this book! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Clark. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/080778/bk_acx0_080778_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Naval combat underwent a significant metamorphosis during World War II. Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan launched some of the most powerful battleships ever to sail the world´s oceans, yet the conflict witnessed the emergence and triumph of the aircraft carrier as the 20th century´s true monarch of the seas. Submarine warfare expanded and developed, while aircraft technology and doctrine experienced several revolutionary changes due to the unforgiving demands of the new combat environment. Popular accounts of World War II frequently focus on the dominance of German panzers over the more lightly armored, lightly armed tanks of the Soviets, British, and Americans or the superb fighting skills of the Waffen SS and ordinary Wehrmacht soldiers. Germany´s land forces enjoyed an undoubted advantage over their enemies thanks to excellent vehicle technology while German soldiers slaughtered vast numbers of Soviet conscripts and proved formidable opponents even to their better-trained English and American counterparts. However, the Axis failed to secure either the seas or the skies, and their defeat in these theaters ultimately led to their doom. Many highly advanced aircraft designs languished on the drawing boards of Junkers and Messerschmitt engineers, left undeveloped due to high-command disinterest or simple lack of resources. The most advanced fighters developed by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan were equaled or outmatched by such aircraft as the US F6F Hellcat (which achieved kill ratios of between 13 to 1 and 19 to 1 against Japanese ´´Zero´´ fighters) or P-51 Mustang. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Doug Lee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/040496/bk_acx0_040496_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.