Defeating the Enemy – Exposing and Overcoming the Strategies of Satan By Phil Hopper – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Field Manual for Spiritual Warfare – Strategies and Tactics for Overcoming Satan’s Deception

In his book “Defeating the Enemy – Exposing and Overcoming the Strategies of Satan” Phil Hopper helps the Christian overcome and avoid Satan’s attacks; those hindrances that keep us from living the abundant life in Christ.

The book is divided into three parts: Part One traces the Battle of the Ages from the beginning, Satan’s fall from heaven, man’s fall into sin at Eden, and the Birth of Jesus at the Manger in Bethlehem.

Part Two introduces Satan’s deceptive tactics and attacks.

Part Three provides tools and weapons for winning the battle; living in freedom and being healed from the effects of sin.

Pastor Phil’s writing will resonate with readers of a new generation with a message for Christians of every age. Candid and transparent in Phil writes with integrity and knowledge as he shares parallels from his life in law enforcement fighting evil to equip the reader for overcoming and avoiding  Satan’s devious strategies and tactics.

Hopper’s sharp and discerning illustrations and word pictures opened the way for me to vicariously experience biblical scenes, healing services, and recognize the battlefield we face.

“Defeating the Enemy – Exposing and Overcoming the Strategies of Satan” puts a new slant on becoming victorious over Satan and growing into spiritual maturity.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768417821, $16.99, 2018, 186 pages








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