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  • Paperback: 156 pages
  • Publisher: Harrison House Inc (June 1983)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0892742615
  • ISBN-13: 978-0892742615
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,076,800 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dr. Lester Sumrall was a pastor, evangelist, and missionary statesman. He is considered one of the great 20th century ministers of the gospel. The vast wealth of topics in his writings range from the basics of Christianity--salvation, faith, healing, love, the miracles of Jesus and the Holy Spirit--to the more complicated and sometimes controversial topics of demons, deliverance, the dispensations, prosperity and immortality. Dr. Sumrall's deep conviction for the truth has made his writings relevant for every generation.

Born to Betty and George Sumrall of New Orleans on February 15, 1913, Lester Frank Sumrall showed early in life the resourcefulness which characterized his life and activity in the ministry of the gospel. Much of his schooling was at Laurel, Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama.

Lester lived the normal life of boys his age, attended church but did not pay much attention to religion . . . until his seventeenth year. At the age of sixteen he was afflicted with tuberculosis in both lungs and for six months lay in bed. One somber day in the fall of 1930 the doctor declared he would soon die. That night, Lester saw a vision of an open casket on one side of his bed and an open Bible on the other. A voice warned him, "You must choose." He responded, "God, if the only way for me to live is to preach--I'll preach." Almost immediately he fell asleep and when he awakened in the morning he was perfectly well. It was only three weeks later that Lester left home to begin the preaching ministry that would take him to more than 110 countries of the world and lead him to write more than 130 books and study guides.

Early in his ministry Lester preached mainly in the southeastern United States, his first sermon being in a little country school house just fifty miles from home. Really, the main reason he preached during those early years was to keep from dying. But eighteen months after leaving home God dramatically changed both his heart and ministry.

One evening at a church in the Tennessee countryside Lester had a second vision. Suddenly becoming unaware of his surroundings, Lester saw before him the people of the world. They were wearing their native clothing and were of every shade of humanity. The people were walking down a long and wide highway, one that ended abruptly at a precipice towering above a bottomless inferno. In Lester's own words: "As they neared the pit and saw the fate that awaited them, I could see their desperate but vain struggle to push back against the unrelenting pressure of those to the rear. The great surging river of humanity swept them ever forward. God opened my ears to hear the screams of damned souls sinking into hell . . . their hands flailed wildly clawing at the air."

It was then that God spoke. "You are responsible for these who are lost." "No, not me, Lord," Lester replied. "I do not know these people. I have never been to Japan, or China, or India; I am not to blame." Quoting Ezekiel 3:18, God assured him that he would be held accountable. When the vision was over he realized that the church service had ended and everyone had left. But Lester's heart would be changed forever. Having a newfound love for the lost, it became his mission to preach the gospel message to the nations of the world. He went to many countries as a missionary, even recognizing some of the faces he saw in the vision.

Dr. Lester Sumrall passed away on April 28, 1996, but he left behind a legacy and ministry that reaches forward with the gospel more than ever. With the desire to reach a million people for Christ everyday, he founded the Lester Sumrall Evangelistic Association (LeSEA) in 1957, LeSEA Broadcasting in 1968, and LeSEA Global Feed The Hungry® in 1987. These ministries are still thriving today. His publications, which include over eighty books and more than fifty study guides, are an important part in reaching the untold billions yet untold.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Moses on February 19, 2004
Format: Paperback
This book was written to christians not people who are curios about the devil and demons. Lester sumrall was a man of god. Tryning to show that us chritians have authority over those dark forces, not to be fearful of them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tina Ahlquist on August 22, 2009
Format: Paperback
Its asame that more people don't know about spiritual warfair. It was a great help in my walk with the Lord. And the truth is really comforting,but very scary.
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13 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 17, 2000
Format: Paperback
Unfortunately, there are very few good books out there on demonology, and this one was definitely not one of them. The entire thing (consisting of about 100 or so pages) is written in a HUGE font which very well could filled up 50 pages in a normal book. However, the most irritating part about it was the fact that it's entirely based on the bible (or "the Word" and Mr. Lester Sumrall puts it). This was not at all what i was hoping for, and will never again make the mistake of purchasing something written by him again. If you are still looking for a good read on demons etc., try "A Field Guide to Demons, Fairies, Fallen Angels, and Other Subversive Spirits" by Dinah and Carol K. Mack. It is the most helpful and informative one I have found so far.
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