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Don’t Learn Satan’s Secrets, Learn To Be The Light (Avoiding Dangerous Cults #6)


Do you need to be a cult expert in order to avoid falling into one? Has God called us to dig up the gory details of what evil people do in secret? And if not, how can we hope to expose the darkness of dangerous cults?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out how you can expose Satan’s evil schemes to the light without exposing yourself to darkness, and why the most damaging thing you can do to Satan’s kingdom is to learn to be the light.

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Jesus Didn’t Have A Death Wish — Neither Should You! (Avoiding Dangerous Cults #5)


Does God want you to focus on becoming a martyr for Jesus? What are the dangers of having a “death wish?” And how do dangerous men exploit that kind of mindset to push regular people over the edge of mental health?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out why being a martyr is not the goal God want s you to focus on.

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Who Are You Calling A Cult?


How does the Bible define a “cult”? Does your definition of “cult” agree with God’s? How are you instructed to treat people who have differing opinions on religious matters? And how does simply calling someone a cult demean and dehumanize them, making them vulnerable to attacks?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out who you’ve been calling a cult.

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You Say You Want A Reformation: Indictments And The Spirit Of The Accuser


Does the Bible promise that there will be a Great Reformation of the Church before Jesus returns? What is the difference between reformation and revival? Can we bring about the necessary changes by declaring to the bride all of the things that are wrong with her? And what power will bring about revival that never dies?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out whether we can make a reformation happen, and how to discern the difference between the work of the Holy Spirit and the spirit of the Accuser.

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