Idolatry of Christian Leaders

Idolatry of Christian Leaders

Author: Debra A. Seaton

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781602664371

Page: 304

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Religious works cannot prove we are saved. Jesus is the sacrifice God gave for our ... Personal Prayer Father, forgive me for each time I have tried to prove that I love you through religious works. ... 148 Idolatry of Christian Leaders.

Idolatry in the Church is practiced through images of Christian leaders implanted in the hearts and the minds of believers. Christian leaders are not gods. There is a demonic spirit attached to this fleshly worship of man. Idolatry of Christian Leaders is a book which captures your heart from start to finish. Written in a straight forward, honest, and confrontational style, the Holy Spirit compels Christian believers to evaluate their true motives for Christian service and their love relationship with God. Proper heart alignment with God through the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit is the book's central theme. Idolatry of Christian Leaders confronts idolatry of Christian leaders, denominations and other aspects of the Church which cause believers to walk in religion, traditions of men and deception. About the Author - Debra A. Seaton Debra A. Seaton is called by God as a prophet and apostolic teacher in the Body of Christ. She is member of Crusaders Church in Chicago, Illinois where Apostle John Eckhardt is her pastor. Debra is an active part of the Prophetic and Intercessory Prayer Ministry of her church. Debra is a former prayer leader of the Crusaders International Women's Ministry. She has also participated in the altar workers' ministry and the dance ministry of her church. Debra is a former director of the Logos-Rhema Foundation of Chicago. She worked as an administrator and intercessor coordinating prayer strategies for the City of Chicago and the United States of America. Debra is employed as a criminal defense attorney in private practice. Prior to private practice, she worked with the Cook County Public Defender's Office, Felony Trial Division. While employed at the Public Defender's Office she taught a weekly Bible Study in the public cafeteria. Debra's desire is to intimately know God through a pure, intense and passionate love relationship with Him. Her goal is to share what the Lord imparts to her through the Holy Spirit with the Body of Christ.



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