Kathryn McBride



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A Warrior's Prayerbook for ...

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Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep:...

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Poems a la Manitoba

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The Death of All Things

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200 CCS: Year One

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The Everlasting Man

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Orthodoxy

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Heretics

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The Imitation of Christ

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“Demons from past generations can affect people in the present. Perhaps great-grandpa murdered someone, or grandma practiced witchcraft, or dad developed a porn addiction and committed adultery. Any of these sins would open a door into that person’s life. As a consequence those demons will have greater access to the family lineage than if the door had not been opened. If you think of your family as being like a house, imagine what would happen if someone invited a demon into one of the rooms. Is it likely to just stay there or is it going to look for a way to stay in this home and expand its territory? In the same way, once a demon or demons have gained ground in a family, they are going to look for ways to stay and they are going to seek to expand their “territory” and freedom to operate.”
Kathryn McBride, A Warrior's Prayerbook for Spiritual Warfare

“I come in humble obedience to use the weapons of my warfare against the darkness that is seeking to rule the people of my city, country, and world. I affirm that the weapons You have given me to use are filled with divine power that is sufficient to demolish every stronghold Satan has built to hold back Your will and plan.”
Kathryn McBride, A Warrior's Prayerbook for Spiritual Warfare

“A colonel in the United States Marines once said to me: “Make a plan...gather your troops ... and draw your saber.”
Kathryn McBride, A Warrior's Prayerbook for Spiritual Warfare



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