Dimple McInvale: PRAYERS - To Cast Out Demons, Heal the Sick, Raise the Dead
To Cast Out Demons, Heal the Sick, Raise the Dead
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Dimple McInvale was born into abuse, and from this came a desire to help others in the same situation. After working in shelters for years, she knew that simply talking things out in a support group was not getting the results that were needed. Seeing such horrors as spouse and child abuse, molestation and murder started her life of prayer. It was then that God opened her eyes to the unseen darkness in our world the Bible teaches of. After learning this, she had no other choice but to get the knowledge out to hurting people around the world. Saving homes and families and especially women and children is a lifetime goal to teaching them how to pray and do spiritual warfare to save their children. This book is the result of that knowledge –it will change your life.
Dimple McInvale was born in Georgiana, Alabama, into much abuse. This gave her a desire to work with battered women and children. Glenn, her husband for over fifty years, is her number one supporter. Traveling with Glenn during his years in the military opened doors of opportunity in foreign countries, which included helping build a Baptist Mission Church in Keflavik, as well as working during a stay in Rota, Spain. "Pat Robertson vividly described a friend in his 1972 book Shout It from the Housetops. He said, 'God will send a friend to sit on the ash heap of despair with you.' He sent Dimple to my ash heap in 1985, and she stayed with me emotionally until I could drag myself off the ash heap. She spoke hope, restoration, and recompense until I could believe it for myself. Finally Dimple is getting her prayers on paper so others can have her with them as they struggle on their ash heaps." —Linda Russell "Dimple McInvale's insight to spiritual warfare is second to none. She uses God's Word to transform lives. She truly is instrumental in setting the captives free, through the blood of Jesus." —Chaplain Lindy Waight