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Has the wool been pulled over your eyes? With keen insight, John Paul Jackson peers through the enemy's smokescreen and exposes one of the most deceptive snares used to destroy the Church. Bibically anchored, this fascinating book is seasoned with years of divine revelation and filled with stories of those who have encountered the Jezebel spirit. Whether you're a leader or a layperson, this book will challenge the way you interact with others in the Body of Christ, and it will show you how to be firm yet Christ-like when dealing with people who are operating under the influence of this spirit.
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