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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "How to fight darkness with light" by Nina Rose.]
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Some people suddenly find themselves exhibiting strange behaviors, being unlucky, easily being hated by other people for little or no reason, and all that, and they can't put a finger on the cause. If you are in this situation, I recommend you pick up a copy of Nina Rose's book, How to Fight Darkness with Light: And Retrieve Your Bags of Blessings from Heaven. In this book, Nina shares how she was exposed to demonic attacks and manipulations due to a woman's ignorance in church and how she eventually got freed. You will gain a whole lot of insight on how to break free from your bondage. The book is also suitable for every adult Christian, as they will get to know how to protect themselves from ungodly practices and activities.

Nina has been open enough to share private incidents in her life. She tells of her time growing up in an unsettling family and being physically and psychologically abused by her older sister Elisa and a largely wrongly informed community of Christian believers. We see the toll these abuses have on her adult and relationship lives. The author also comments on her son's predicament in this cycle of insensitivity to the protection of children's mental, physical, and spiritual well-being and how this development made her situation even worse.

One of the striking points raised in this book is the need to provide proper education to people, especially those in positions of leadership, as their intervention or negligence could save or mar the destiny of many. The author and her twin sister Bella are just hyperactive children, but some superficially holy and self-oriented church people determined that they must have been possessed by demons and proceeded with actions that caused these innocent children so much pain and loss. Going from here, there is also a clarion call for parents to monitor what sessions their children are being put through during church services.

From Nina's story, it is clear that we need to study the Bible and find out the authentic truths and practices in it, establish personal relationships with God, and pay attention to our intuition. There are so many lessons to learn from the things that happened to Nina and the awareness she gained navigating those dark tunnels. Nina's older sister, Elisa, filled me with different emotions. Sometimes, I get offended by her cruelty and hypocrisy, and sometimes I feel pity for her. She could also be a victim after all, the difference being that she may not be aware that she is a victim of unbiblical actions and needs help.

How to Fight Darkness with Light: And Retrieve Your Bags of Blessings from Heaven was thoroughly edited and free of grammatical errors. I rate this book five out of five stars because it exposed me to the truths about some misunderstood actions in church practices and empowered me to protect myself from those. I have no complaints to make and have no reason to remove any stars from the rating.

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The biggest problem with “church” people that I can see is that they tag a certain behavior or attribute as wrong. Then, like you said, they use un biblical approaches to solve it. Thanks!
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In "How to Fight Darkness with Light," Nina Rose unveils a deeply personal journey through the complexities of spiritual warfare and the power of resilience in overcoming it. Through her candid narrative, Rose exposes the detrimental impact of ignorance and misguided religious practices, offering readers profound insights into reclaiming their spiritual well-being.
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You've explained very well about the book and you have mentioned the content of the book very nicely. I'll definitely start reading this book.
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Thank you for your valuable insights, your review built interest in me to read this book. Great information is given by you about the book, thank you for that.
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This book provides a personal journey and insights into overcoming challenges related to spiritual warfare and personal struggles.
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Nice piece. I will add these one to my shelf immediately.
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