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Resisting the Lure of Secular Culture to Walk with God

Many challenges are facing the Christian in this present world. The assault by the enemy is growing every day. Many believers are struggling just to keep their minds focused on the Lord. This edition of The Christian and the Culture helps the believer stay in touch with their identity and purpose. Only by walking in the Spirit of the living God are we able to maintain a level of victory which enables us to live in the presence of God and enjoy fellowship with Jesus. When you read this book, you will discover fresh insight about our Christian life and how to maintain the fruit of the Spirit.

Bishop Eric A. Lambert, Jr

Bishop Eric A. Lambert, Jr. is the Senior Pastor of Bethel Deliverance International Church. He desires to see the body of Christ come to an intimate relationship with the Lord God. Bishop Lambert received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology, and he believes Christians must be true to themselves and their Lord. He serves as the presiding Bishop of the Bethel Deliverance International Fellowship of Churches. This fellowship aims to promote unity, training, and camaraderie among Pastors of the Church of Christ. Bishop Lambert desires to see Christ proclaimed throughout the world. Through the daily and weekly television broadcast “Climbing Higher,” many souls are won to the Kingdom of God. A noted author and prolific writer, Bishop Lambert is the author of four books: The Reality of Christian Living, Ingredients of Prayer, The Kneeling Mind, The Christian and the Culture: At What Cost, and Cancel the Culture. This book, The Christian and The Culture: Walking in Victory, is his latest work. Bishop Lambert is married to Lady Sheila Lambert, and they are the proud parents of Shaneena and the godparents of Darius.

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