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Illusion of Truth: A Testimony of Deliverance Paperback – January 20, 2014
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About the Author
In her youth, through the television show Dark Shadows, Julie became intrigued by the spiritual realm and dabbled in ‘harmless’ occult practices like seances and Ouija boards. When she became born again into the Kingdom of God in October 1981, that spiritual realm took on a powerful new dimension when she saw evil spirits clinging to people during the Halloween holiday. Though it disturbed her, she soon realized through studying Scripture that she had been given the discernment of spirits by the Spirit of God. In His great mercy and foreknowledge, YHVH redeemed her sinful ‘bent’ toward evil and transformed it into a gift that would glorify Him and encourage the Body of Messiah in these last days. Julie maintains a website www.tentstakeministries.net that includes FAQs about her family’s unique lifestyle as non-Jewish believers grafted into the Olive Tree of Israel; many of which are included in her book Journey With Jeremiah that includes information on the Biblical holy days and how to celebrate them simply with your family. Julie has been married for 30 years to a loving and supportive husband. She continues to be a homemaker who enjoys her chickens and guinea hens, and lives in what she refers to as podunk, nowhere, Nebraska. Julie received a B.A. in English from Millersville University, Pennsylvania in 1980.
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There are a lot of books written about evil spirits from a denominational Christian perspective. This book doesn't offer anything all that different, the solutions and prayers also come from Scripture.
This is the first real-life story I have read that goes in-depth about the spirit of Jezebel.
If you don't understand how that spirit works before reading this book, you will after reading this book.
It also goes a long way to offering possible motives for some church breakups.
This book was an easy read and I recommend it.