I Declare War



Get Out Of Your Own Way.Whether You Recognize It Or Not, You Re At War With Yourself There S Anxiety Selfishness Self Sabotaging Tendencies Narcissism The Black Dog Of Depression The Inability To Do The Great Things You Long To Do Because You Spend So Many Hours Mindlessly Drifting Through The Internet.It Is War, But All Is Not Lost You Can Win If You Choose To Engage.In I Declare War, Levi Lusko Candidly Shares About His Struggles With Moodiness, Bullying, Suicidal Thoughts, Night Terrors, And Difficulty Managing Himself He Identifies Four Weapons You Have At Your Disposal Thoughts, Words, Behaviors, And Power And Illustrates How To Use Them To Achieve Ongoing Victory These Practical Tools From God S Word Will Help You Learn Toretaliate Against Your Anxiety By Filling Your Heart With Truth And Making It Inhospitable To Terrorstop Being Victimized By Your Bad Behaviors And Become The Victor You Were Born To Be Overcome Self Imposed Isolation By Learning To Think Right So You Can Live Rightspare Your Family Unnecessary Heartache By Confronting Your Dysfunction So They Don T Have ToIt S Time To Stop Being Your Own Worst Enemy Declare War And Become The Person, The Spouse, The Parent, And The Leader God Intended You To Be Praise For I Declare War We Are All Created In The Image Of God We Don T Have Be Chained By Our Feelings We Don T Have To Do The Things We Don T Want To Do We Don T Have To Be Defined By Our Failures, Mistakes, Or Sin This Is Powerful Yet How Often Do We Not Live Based On This Truth One Of The Reasons I Admire And Respect Levi Is His Transparency And Search For Truth He Doesn T Shy Away From The Hard Or Ugly Stuff Through His Own Story, He Strives To Help Others Get Out Of Their Own Way And Into The Truth Of Who They Are In God This Book Will Help You Do Just That Tim Tebow, Heisman Trophy Winner New York Times Bestselling Author Levi Personally Understands That The Hardest Battle Is The One We Re Fighting Against Ourselves That S Why I M So Thankful He S Poured Out The Biblical Wisdom He S Gained Along The Way Into The Pages Of This Book The Practical Tools, Scriptural Teaching, And Trusted Guidance Found In I Declare War Are Invaluable To Anyone Who Wants To Embrace Victory In Their Own Life Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times Bestselling Author President Of Proverbs 31 MinistriesI Declare War

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • I Declare War
  • Levi Lusko
  • 26 January 2018
  • 9780785220862

10 thoughts on “I Declare War

  1. says:

    This was a really powerful book and such a great choice to start the year off with I really enjoy Levi s brutally honest writing style and his personal stories of facing his demons in all the same ways he encourages the reader to adds a level of authenticity to this book that is lacking in some other popular titles on the same subject I also really just enjoyed the formatting and layout of this book with the whole card theme playing off the idea of the game of War I m a sucker for well put together physical books and this one was definitely a winner there But far important than that, the message he shares is important and timely and he does it in a way that leaves you feeling convicted and challenged to step up your walk with God to the next level Absolutely recommended to anyone and everyone Favorite Quote I hear ...

  2. says:

    4.47, shout out Peak City Church If you re looking for a good church, I gotchu

  3. says:

    Good book with a slow start but strong finish.

  4. says:

    Excellent We received this as a blessing through our church and I am grateful to have been introduced to this author His humor and ability to be real and current added such flavor to his suggestions for personal improvement I am looking forward to reading Swipe Right next.

  5. says:

    I absolutely LOVED this book It s hard to pick a favorite Levi book, but this one might top the list for me It s vulnerable, practical and SO powerful I would highly recommend.

  6. says:

    I listened to the audio book with a 30 day free trial on scribd But even before I was finished, I knew this was a book I would want to own So I bought a hardcopy I cannot recommend this book enough It is so good It is one of those I will definitely read than once and ...

  7. says:

    One of the very best books I ve read in a long time Read it

  8. says:

    I enjoy listening to Levi s messages and thought his book, Swipe Right, was excellent, so really looked forward to this one It wasn t all I hoped it would be and I didn t wolf it down The war analogy is not new, as Joyce Meyer presented Battlefield of the Mind rather long ago, and that s okay It s also okay that the concepts and information in this text are not new, which he admits He presents them in clever, amusing ways at times, which may help us think of them often, and thus apply them While reading it, I did reflect on the concepts rather often, as I often contemplate such ideas my degrees are in psych and counseling , and some things that stuck out were seeing Make it a great day on my Mickey coffee mug instead of Have a great day Disney is in accordance and Armed and ready as a suggested response to How are you that I particularly like I did hope that I would gain at least some really good new insight for the battle Even though the author and I are the same age, reading the same Bible, and probably reading and listening to some of the same Christian leaders, he has offered this before, or at least presented ideas in a zestful new...

  9. says:

    In the age of Donald Trump as U.S President, I came to this book with the expectation that something called I Declare War would somehow be political, if not problematic See, I review bad books so you don t have to read them I don t know if I m thankful and relieved to know that the title is culled from a much innocent source, a children s card game I m not much of a card player, so you can forgive and excuse me for not catching that reference off the top This is a book about laying down four cards at your disposal to eradicate bad habits, bad thoughts, bad things you say and so on to become a better human being Self improvement this book is, but seeing as though it comes from a Christian publisher, you know there s a God angle in here somewhere That angle is that the fourth card is something of a lifeline to God Feeling suicidal, as Lusko, the author, admits to sometimes feeling Make a point of talking to God It s that easy Presto, majicko The truth of it is while I enjoyed certain aspects of this book, which I ll go into a little later this is a dangerous book in some ways Make no mistake, laying your problems with God is a good thing and may be a little helpful Waking up at 2 a.m in cold sweats thinking you re going to die which the author admits to doing is probably best dealt with through therapy and or medications I suppose that makes me a proponent...

  10. says:

    My favorite parts I am not practicing what I would like to do, but I am doing the very thing I hate Wretched man that I am vv 15, 24 NASB The story I am writing in my head is that you did ____________ because you ____________ If that is incorrect can you help clear it up for me That lets the other person know how you see things and what your brain is trying to make of it, but it sets a soft tone because you haven t yet committed your findings to granite It gives both of you the chance to see things through each other s eyes You can t rise like a lion if you don t first kneel like a lamb When the Americans tore down the massive statue of King George in Manhattan, they had their fun with it as they celebrated their newly declared independence Since it didn t belong to them it was only right that it be returned to the British, so that s exactly what they did by melting it down, fashioning the lead into bullets, and returning it one musket ball at a time Don t just discard the strongholds and idols that Jesus gives you the power to wage war on Melt down what has been torn down and turn it into ammunition so you can fire it across enemy lines Books Mentioned Anger Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way, The Message Devotional Bible Featuring Notes Reflections from Eugene H Peterson, Dr Seuss s Green Eggs and Ham For Soprano, Boy Soprano, and Orchestra, Live Fearless A Call to Power, Passion, and Purpose, Scary Close Dropping the Act and Finding True Intimacy, The Star Wars T...

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