I Declare War

by Levi Lusko     |     Book Summary


Author: Levi Lusko
Publisher: W Publishing
Date: October 30, 2018
Pages: 255

Book Summary of I Declare War by Levi Lusko


As we walk through life, we find that our biggest enemy isn’t someone outside of us. Instead, it is often ourselves. The enemy lives in our head and wages war against the will, direction, and things of God in our lives.

Levi Lusko uses an analogy from the card game War to show how we can declare war on the things that haunt us, lead us to depression, or that make us believe we are anything different than what God has declared us to be.

There are three wars and one power source:

  • War against our negative, ungodly, and unfruitful thoughts
  • War against what we say and how we say it
  • War on our actions
  • The real source of winning all of these battles is the power of God through Christ and the Holy Spirit.

This book is powerfully simple and practical. With numerous humbling and embarrassing examples given from his life and ministry, Lusko helps the reader drop his or her guard so that he or she can receive the wisdom that is shared.





I Declare War

by Levi Lusko

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of I Declare War by Levi Lusko

AuthorLevi Lusko
PublisherW Publishing
DateOctober 30, 2018
Pages255


Overview:

As we walk through life, we find that our biggest enemy isn’t someone outside of us. Instead, it is often ourselves. The enemy lives in our head and wages war against the will, direction, and things of God in our lives.

Levi Lusko uses an analogy from the card game War to show how we can declare war on the things that haunt us, lead us to depression, or that make us believe we are anything different than what God has declared us to be.

There are three wars and one power source:

  • War against our negative, ungodly, and unfruitful thoughts
  • War against what we say and how we say it
  • War on our actions
  • The real source of winning all of these battles is the power of God through Christ and the Holy Spirit.

This book is powerfully simple and practical. With numerous humbling and embarrassing examples given from his life and ministry, Lusko helps the reader drop his or her guard so that he or she can receive the wisdom that is shared.