Spiritual Warfare: A Practical Approach by Keith Wilke

Learn what Spiritual Warfare is and how to be victorious in spiritual battles.

Spiritual Warfare is not related to things of this world. Spiritual Warfare relates to a war between God and his enemies and as humans, we are often caught in the crossfire. This war takes place in spiritual realms not physical realms. We see the results of the warfare in how people are manipulated and influenced. The agents of this war in the spiritual realm are God’s Angels and Unclean Spirits of various types. Humans also play a part in this war. If we pretend the war doesn’t exist, we become victims of the war without any hope.

If we acknowledge the war, we can play an active part and avoid most of its consequences. If we understand when we are being attacked, we can defend ourselves. If we understand what types of endeavors the enemy will attack, we can preempt the attack and rob it’s of its power.

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  • First submitted Oct. 19, 2010
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  • kshaw's avatar
    kshaw wrote 3 years, 3 months ago
    Hi Keith, Let me preface this comment with saying that while I am not Christian I did find your text very interesting and I think I may have some helpful comments on how to better structure your book. 1. You need a Table of Contents at the very beginning, even on here because I was extremely confused as to how everything was tying together and what was coming next. This is a non fiction book and its not appropriate to ...
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  • isis in Trini's avatar
    isis in Trini wrote 3 years, 9 months ago

    The concept is interesting yet the format slightly out of whack with mainstream society. Though I am sure there are publishers who would be interested, they are not mainstream. Jesus taught through the use of telling stories because he knew that people found them more friendly ways to receive information. Writing a work of fiction with characters versed in this practice would make it far more appealing to a broader audience and therefore more lucrative.

  • M. Wilhelmsen's avatar
    M. Wilhelmsen wrote 4 years, 1 month ago

    Hello Keith,
    I read seven chapters. It is a very thorough and well planned explanation of spitirual warfare. I am backing it.
    Marjorie Wilhelmsen
    Exact Places

  • Retired user
    billy.mcbride [Retired] wrote 4 years, 6 months ago

    Care to swap books with my book "Riders to the Sea (Reinvented) and 5 Other Short Pieces"?

  • scargirl's avatar
    scargirl wrote 4 years, 6 months ago

    enjoy your journey and keep using your God-given talent.
    what every woman should know

  • karlakellum's avatar
    karlakellum wrote 4 years, 7 months ago

    Good stuff but you are certainly right about letting the Holy Spirit guide and lead you....no one should certainly jump right into this. Good luck I have sent a more private email with some more error I found.

  • HECROW55's avatar
    HECROW55 wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    Backed enthusiastically and graciously

    Hope you will take the time to view my manuscript 'Thy Wondrous Works Vol One The Law of Moses Fulfilled'
    Thanks for the fellowship and good luck


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    Three Red Seeds wrote 4 years, 10 months ago
    There are lots of typos that need to come out in the next edit (3 in the opening paragraph alone). It's too hard to do a line edit here but if you want help message me. The tpoic is interesting and often glossed over in passing so your book is a great resource. There are a few phrases that bothered me such as "You may be totally useless to God, but..." and the idea that a reader with sympathise on ...
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  • zan's avatar
    zan wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    Spiritual Warfare: A Practical Approach

    Keith Wilke

    Backed a few days ago - constructive theme and writing which seems honest and sincere. Good luck with it.

  • LORIN's avatar
    LORIN wrote 4 years, 10 months ago
    I love this book Keith. For us that know it is out there. Eunice, another person on here wrote about her experiences seeing dead people and claims that the devil doesnt exist... and I told her you think you know everything because you see so much more than most humans, but the devil does not want you to know without a doubt that he exists, or you will have power to defeat him. Anyhow, my book (PHEN) is a children's ...
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  • SusieGulick's avatar
    SusieGulick wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    You are totally fantastic, Keith. :) How can I ever thank you enough for backing my memoirs book? :)
    God bless you. :) Love, Susie :)

  • celticwriter's avatar
    celticwriter wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    Nice Keith. Ya got my vote. :-)

    Jack & Charmian London

  • SusieGulick's avatar
    SusieGulick wrote 4 years, 10 months ago
    Dear Keith, I love that you have Biblically presented spiritual warfare & ended with Eph 6 :) - that sums it up. :) v.18, "Praying always with all prayers & supplications in the Spirit & watching thereunto with all prayer & supplication with the saints" also keeps us focused. :) I am so thankful for you in that you went through step by step with scriptures to back up everything you said. :) God bless you. Jude1:9, "The Lord rebuke ...
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  • vessels's avatar
    vessels wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    Amen! Praise God in all He teaches us Keith!
    Just the other day I wondered where are the others that God is teaching and then your story/His lessons arrive.
    WE PRAY for everyone's ears to be open to hear
    and their minds be OPENED to understanding.

    of vessels

  • fh's avatar
    fh wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    This is a genuine and very thought-provoking book. Quite fascinating in parts, with a good clear Christian Faith shining through. This is such a tough subject and I am unable to deal with this fully. You speak with a strong voice - well done.

    The Assassins Village

  • PATRICK BARRETT's avatar
    PATRICK BARRETT wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    If everyone believed as you do that there is good and evil in constant battle, things would be much easier to reconcile and to develop a strategy. You have a very thought-provoking book here and you have presented it well. It was a pleasure to read this and I am sure that many people will be inspired by it. Paula Barrett (Cuthbert-how mean is my valley)

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    Andrew Burans wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    You pose a very interesting and fascinating hypothesis and make your points solidly. Your deep Christian faith is clearly evident. Your strong first person narrative voice is perfect for this genre. Backed.

    Andrew Burans
    The Reluctant Warrior: The Beginning

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    gotiko [Retired] wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    I have been there, and I have a deep appreciation of this book.

    Backed with pleasure.

    Gabriel(It Goes On Forever.)

  • eurodan49's avatar
    eurodan49 wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    A well written dissertation. You use your voice to pass on strong believes and a fresh POV. Readers of this genre should find it informative. Backed with pleasure.
    PS. Could you pls check mine? Comment/backing will be appreciated.

  • SusieGulick's avatar
    SusieGulick wrote 4 years, 10 months ago

    :) comment to follow - read & commented on 13 hours later :)