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Truly Free

Truly Free Breaking the Snares That So Easily Entangle

By Robert Morris
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.05 Stars

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On 11/19 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: The subtitle of this book, "Breaking the Snares That So Easily Entangle," provides a good summary of the premise. We humans, because we have free choice, because we live in a broken and flawed world, get tangled up in all sorts of things. And some of these things are good things, but we take them to ... Truly Free by Robert Morris: a Review

Scarlet Bluefield's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/30 Christine wrote: I wasn't entirely sure what this book was about when it was initially offered to me. The title sounded okay, but again, wasn't totally sure. The book surprised me, in a good way, and I ended up really enjoying it. Though there was a few pages on demons that I was unfamiliar with and also hadn't really ... Truly Free by Robert Morris: review

Christine's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/10 Scotty wrote: Robert Morris, senior pastor of one of the largest churches in America, has waded into the subject of “deliverance theology” with his latest book, “Truly Free” (published by W Publishing Group). Charismatics in the church will likely think he hasn’t gone nearly far enough, and those of a more ... Is this Robert Morris' version of "deliverance theology"?

Scotty's Rating:

2 Stars

On 7/28 Jalynn Patterson wrote: In Robert Morris' Truly Free, the author shares with us different afflictions and the causes how to to be delivered from them. You may learn after reading Truly Free, that the most undesirable things that you or someone you know may be doing is actually inviting demonic possession into your home. And ... Truly Free

Jalynn's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/24 James Matichuk wrote: It is for Freedom that Christ set us free. Then why do so many Christians live in bondage to sin? Through Jesus and his cross we have been delivered from the power of darkness, and given 'victory, strength and freedom.' But why do so many of us live lives that are held captive to destructive habits ... Truly Free: a book review

James' Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/23 Samantha Sali wrote: Before I even review the book for you, I will say that I give it a max of 2.5 stars. So in the beginning, I started reading with high expectations. And those expectations were not met. One of the reasons I wanted to review this book was because it sounds like it can relate to everyone. “Is there an ... Truly Free by Robert Morris...Mediocre At Best

Samantha's Rating:

2 Stars

On 7/16 Jules29 wrote: From the Bestselling Author of The Blessed Life and The God I Never Knew comes Truly Free written by Robert Morris. This book provides in-depth instruction on how to break free from "the snares that so easily entangle". Addressing the issue of spiritual oppression is never easy or overly exciting but ... In depth instruction on breaking free from the snares of sin

Jules29's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/8 Life isnt a fairytale wrote: Truly Free Breaking the Snares That So Easily Entangle By Robert Morris Book DescriptionAn important reminder on what keeps us from being truly free Jesus said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me" (Matthew ... Breaking Free:

Life isnt a fairytale's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/30 The Little Friar wrote: Robert Morris' Truly Free:  Breaking the Snares that So Easily Entangle attempts to answer some important questions:  If Christians are supposed to find freedom in Christ, why does life continue to feel so burdened down?  Why do some Christians continue to deal with the same sin?Morris ... truly free -- a book review

The Little Friar's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/29 Richard Jones wrote: If Christians are supposed to find freedom in Christ, why does life continue to feel so burdened down? Why do some Christians continue to deal with the same sin?Robert Morris spends ten chapters unpacking some much-needed truth in a pastoral manner. It makes sense as it appears this book is the result ... Truly Free by Robert Morris

Richard's Rating:

4 Stars