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Learn the Biblical Principles to Overcome Financial Oppression
George L. Rogers’ “Terrorists of Our Finances” uses biblical principles to teach Christians how to overcome the “Spiritual Terrorists” that destroy their finances and their relationship with God and others through financial oppression.
In “Terrorists of Our Finances,” Christians discover that prosperity lies not in what they have but in what they give to help others, which begins with an understanding of who they are and what they have in Christ. God’s will is for His people to prosper, and His Word has provided for their prosperity.
The world has many financial plans, yet it is mired in debt and poverty. Satan is the god of this world, and his minions, the spiritual “Terrorists of Our Finances,” will steal, kill and destroy. God also has a financial plan, and He talks a lot about it in His Word. People must choose which plan to participate in, understanding that God is not obligated to bless any of the world’s plans. In order to become a part of God’s plan, Christians must know who they are and what they have in Christ. They must learn to abide in Christ and allow His Word to abide in them. They must learn to stand against and take authority over the “Spiritual Terrorists” of their finances.
“We must see that the source or origin of our economic problems is not political, but spiritual. The government, no matter what you may think, is not our “Provider.”
George L. Rogers, U.S. Army retired, 2007, served in Iraq, Kuwait, Korea, Hawaii, Kansas, Alaska, Arizona, and Georgia. He wrote “Terrorists of Our Souls” while deployed to Iraq. He served with Kairos Prison Ministries while stationed in Georgia. He is pursuing his Masters in Theology with Liberty University. Rogers began his life ‘In Christ’ in 1982. His other titles in this series include “Terrorists of Our Souls,” “Terrorists of Our Health,” “Terrorists of Our Families,” “Terrorists of Our Schools,” “Terrorists of Our Churches,” “Terrorists of Our Government.”
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