Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Next-Level Spiritual Warfare by Venner J. Alston June 19, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 9:07 pm
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Does it seem as though your prayers aren’t being answered? Even after praying fervently, do you feel that God isn’t listening, that God isn’t speaking or acting? Most of us have felt this way. Are there tools and strategies we can implement to break through the barriers?

Keying in on two vital areas of spiritual warfare–restoration and retribution–apostle and speaker Venner J. Alston reveals strategies for engaging heaven with the expectation of answers to your prayers. You will learn how to recognize the demonic structures operating against you and understand the biblical response necessary for answers to be manifested. Prayer is a fundamental aspect of Christian living and imperative for spiritual warfare. Learn the principles for receiving justice for what has been lost, taken, or delayed by the kingdom of darkness. Spiritual weapons are available for you to overthrow every assignment of hell that comes against you. Take up your arms and fight back!

My thoughts:

I really enjoyed this book. But the thing is I don’t know if this is next-level stuff. Basically is boils down to prayer, which is what we all know we should do but it seems to be (at least for me) the first thing we let slip. Isn’t prayer one of the first things as believers we do?

So I guess I don’t think this is next-level, this is THE level, the only level. But this book is a great reminder of how important prayer is and what the enemy can do when we neglect it.

Here is something I read from the book and wrote down because it was so powerful: “Prayerlessness, then, creates the opportunity for Satan to enter and entrench his agenda into our lives. Prayer is the key strategy helping us to resist the enemy’s attacks.”

The book is full of good stuff like this.

Visit Venner here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through All opinions are my own. 



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