Deliver Us from Evil has 4 ratings and 1 review. Daniel said: Into a world that is so real; that others will not talk about. Don Basham maybe gone into t. Deliver Us From Evil has 3 ratings and 1 review. Craig said: Don Basham entered ministry in Early in his ministry, he hadn’t given much considerati. Are Christians at risk of demonic invasion?Absolutely not, thought Pastor Don Basham when another pastor suggested evil influences might be causing turmoil .
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If you’re not Christian or into deliverance ministry, it gives a good look into that ffom what is believed and how it came about.
It’s an intriguing premise to be sure, but something about the whole thing feels inauthentic.
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The “Face Up with a Miracle” and “The School of Faith” chapters were a dry, desert span in an otherwise fast-moving book, both dealing in detail with Basham’s writing an earlier book and his handwringing over trusting God for money after quitting the pastorate. This is backed up by some solid spiritual advice, but ultimately it all feels hollow; like the whole novel is missing something.
No trivia or quizzes yet. I do not believe that at all. Absolutely not, thought Pastor Don Basham when another pastor suggested evil influences might be causing turmoil in his church and failures in his ministry. Quite simply, there seem to be many influences which Basham sweeps under the rug in his narrative which make me doubt his sincerity at some points as does the way in which many of his stories seem to be sensationalized.
It’s a classic, as fresh as the day he wrote it. When a Christian allows such inroads, then trouble follows. Absolutely notthought Pastor Don Basham when another pastor suggested evil influences might be causing turmoil in his church and failures in his ministry.
Deliver Us from Evil: A Pastor’s Reluctant Encounters with the Powers of Darkness
That unfortunate sidebar to Basham’s work and ministry should not cloud the power of this book, which has remained in print for a whopping 45 straight years. This is the story of how Don Basham went from believing the idea of demonic possession was far-fetched to praying for deliverance of others with dramatic results. And worse yet, how do you keep them from taking out their revenge on your loved ones? You can find the freedom and healing you need–and be an agent of deliverance to others.
First it’s Don Basham’s story of how he was led into the deliverance ministry, and then depending on the person, it can either be seen as a sort of guide, or it can be seen as an intersting topic on ones religion.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. His stories illustrate principles of how to recognize demonic oppression, how he took Jesus as his example when dealing with the demonic, and things he learned from his failures as well as his successes. Notify me of new comments via email. Jul 24, Jaime Contreras rated it liked it Shelves: Basham examines the spiritual arena of warfare and cleansing. But after more troubling and perplexing problems, Basham began to discover he was wrong.
Throughout the writing the bawham seems pressed to convince you that this really did happen, rather than just tell the story. Basham does point out that we should not see goblins in every shadow, but I don’t recall him bringing up the equally important concern that “the bashzm made me do it” is not a legitimate excuse. I received a copy of this book from Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review.
Interestingly, the original subtitle was “The Story of a Man Who Dared to Explore the Censored Fourth of Christ’s Ministry,” which isn’t as lurid or alluring as froom later “encounters with the powers of darkness” subtitle paired with a profile shot of grotesque gargoyle a cover that had he lived I suspect Bas A pioneering deilver still-in-print work on deliverance ministry.
It’s a book about spiritual warfare and one pastors encounters with demons and evil spirits. All in all, it was not baham time to read this book.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. My library Help Advanced Book Search. I was captivated by it, but yet this type of warfare is a very notable book to read.
Basham gently, but inexorably outlines how Christians deceive themselves and other members of the body. In the back is pages from the pastors notes which includes references to bible scripture. Corean rated it really liked it Jan 17, The School of Faith. Deliver Us from Evil: Paperbackpages.
Deliver Us from Evil: A Pastor’s Reluctant Encounters with the Powers of Darkness by Don Basham
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. You can find the freedom and healing you need–and be an agent of deliverance to others.
How They Get In. I guess it’s the ux coupled with the fact that it’s written by a minister who seems to really stick to the facts. The newspapers ignored five of the talks but gleefully played up the sixth: I deliiver to be spooked, and reading about possession seems to be a sure way to get creeped out! I was expecting something more along the lines of The Exorcist in terms of demon deliverance so I wasn’t a huge fan.
Vasham trivia or quizzes yet. Golden marked it as to-read Mar 06, It’s never too late. Sharon Venter rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Lists with This Book.
Other editions – View all Deliver Us from Evil: Staring into the eyes of Satan is I’m sure, a very real experiencebut one nevertheless less terrifying because God is with us through it all and will protect us from whatever the devil hands out. Basham was like so many, dealing with financial issues as well as what I would consider a stagnant ministry, but he never considered that perhaps he might be under demonic attack, and when a fellow pastor mentioned this he sort of shrugged it off.
The book goes on to tell how God opened his eyes to demonic activity around him and drew him into a line of work that consumed years of his life.
Deliver Us from Evil
In this page-turning account, Basham chronicles his reluctant journey from disbelief to acceptance in the existence of demonic spirits. Don Basham found himself drawn reluctantly into the subject of deliverance as time and again he was confronted by stark evidence that people he met and knew were inhabited by what the Bible describes as ‘evil spirits. I knew of demon delieverance and read them.