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Although the devil is commonly known as the accuser of the brethren, he is actually the accuser in the midst of the brethren. In your leadership experience, you will meet different kinds of people. Perhaps one of the most daunting enemies you will ever encounter is “the accuser in the midst of the brethren”. Problems come in different levels but one of the highest problems is to encounter an accuser in the midst of the brethren. At the highest point of your ministry, you will struggle with the accuser. Accusation is Satan's topmost strategy for dealing with an unconquerable enemy. Find out more in this new release by Dag Heward-Mills.   There are several reasons why the Lord will allow people to leave you and even hurt you. It may be because your destiny does not include them, or perhaps to correct a foundational mistake in your ministry, or even to humble you. Find out more in this latest addition to the "Loyalty and Disloyalty" series.
Most people are conscious about the “big four” sins: lying, stealing, fornication and murder. If you were to ask people for a list of sins they are not likely to mention the sin of forgetting. But God’s Word is clear on the subject. Forgetting is unrighteousness! To forget, to fail to acknowledge, to fail to remember are sins before God.   Satan wants your church to remain small. The fewer people you have in your congregation the more captives he has. The size of your church shows you to what extent you are depopulating Hell. When you have a mega church, it means that you are establishing more souls. It also means that more souls have escaped from the clutches of the devil. Find out more in this "must have" for all pastors.
 
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