Seeing the Unseen

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Seeing the Unseen
  • Joe Beam
  • English
  • 14 July 2019
  • 1582292736

About the Author: Joe Beam

Joe Beam is an internationally known inspirational speaker and best selling author He founded Family Dynamics Institute in 1994 and in 2008 he founded Love Path International, and serves as its president He has spoken to millions of people worldwide in personal appearances as well as appearances on television and radio, including ABC s Good Morning America, Focus on the Family, the Montel Williams Show, NBC s Today Show, The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet and magazines such as People and Better Homes and Gardens.After earning his bachelor s degree Magna Cum Laude from Southern Christian University, Joe did graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Evansville He is currently involved in research to complete his Ph.D in Biomedical science at the University of Sydney, consistently rated one of the top fifty universities in the world The emphasis of his research is in sexology.Joe Beam has authored many magazine articles, corporate training programs, and is the author of several books national bestseller Seeing the Unseen, Forgiven Forever, and Becoming One Emotionally, Spiritually, and Sexually and The Real Heaven It s not What Think Joe and his wife Alice collaborated with Dr Nick and Nancy Stinnett to author the book Fantastic Families.After serving as a minister for fifteen years, large training contracts for thousands of employees and lucrative speaking engagements propelled Joe into the corporate training world Only one thing lacked his sense of mission In his heart, he felt compelled to do for families what he was doing for corporate employees.In 1994, Joe founded the nonprofit organization, Family Dynamics Institute He developed FDI s programs using the best material from world renowned family researchers and educators In 2008, Joe founded LovePath International because he wanted to dothan just educate couples He wanted to change the way they live and love so that their marriages would be all they could be To do this, Joe developed a form of marital psychoeducation that combines a solid knowledge relationship principles, human behavior and group dynamics, all delivered in a unique and effective methodology This system doesthan educate the mind it reaches the heart and the soul to create true growth and an amazing increase in love.


Seeing the UnseenSpiritual Warfare Is Real, And Your Faith Is At Stake Based On Biblical Principles, Seeing The Unseen Helps You Fight Back Against The Enemy In Today S World, Satan Seems To Be Everywhere, And He Seems To Have The Advantage But The Enemy Is Not Of This World, And The War Is In The Spiritual World Satan Is Trying To Attack You And Destroy Your Faith, And The Only Way To Defeat Him Is To Fight Back In This Newly Revised And Updated Bestseller, Joe Beam Reveal Satan S Powerful Weaponry His Lies, Deceptions, And Manipulations And Unmasks His Strategy To Destroy Your Life And Those You Care For This Book Will Show You His Plans And Tactics, And Teach You Where He Is Likely To Strike Next And How To Fight Him Based On A Dedicated Study Of God S Word, This Book Is Filled With Stories Of Tragedy And Triumph And Will Give You The Tools You Need To Defeat The Enemy

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10 thoughts on “Seeing the Unseen

  1. Robin Gough says:

    I found this book practical and biblically based Beam does a good job interweaving biblical truths with real life stories This is an easy read and I believe that your eyes will be open to the tricks and schemes of the evil one.

  2. Laurel Starkey says:

    I first read this book in the 90s after hearing Joe Beam speak at our church I was entranced and felt like windows of understanding had opened up for me There is a world that we cannot see and it intersects with ours So many Bible verses madesense It was a game changer Fast forward 20 years and wow, it s like watching an old movie whose plot and special effects seem dated and quaint I was a new Christian in the 90s Now I ve had decades of reading and study under my belt My views h I first read this book in the 90s after hearing Joe Beam speak at our church I was entranced and felt like windows of understanding had opened up for me There is a world that we cannot see and it intersects with ours So many Bible verses madesense It was a game changer Fast forward 20 years and wow, it s like watching an old movie whose plot and special effects seem dated and quaint I was a new Christian in the 90s Now I ve had decades of reading and study under my belt My views have changed In the first part of the book Joe emphasizes staying on the correct spiritual path He interprets that to mean followers must stay within the bounds of church orthodoxy I cringe now when I read that, having seen that concept and admonition exploited by even the most well meaning but mistaken preachers There was a doctrinal war in the churches of Christ going on when this book was written The Boston church, an offshoot of mainstream CoC, with its cult like views and practices, were enticing younger members away with the promise of greater spiritual rewards Mainstream CoC was fighting to keep its congregants from leaving I believe he was addressing that situation in his writing Yet the upshot of his admonition is that believers should never question God nor orthodox faith He himself doesn t seem to believe what he wrote as later in the book he takes quite a few digs at the leadership of established churches The teaching on The origins of demons is taken from Alexander Campbell s thoughts on the subject He does an adequate job supporting his ideas with verses I note only they differ widely from 1st century Jewish thought on demons It would have been helpful to compare and contrast the two opposing views CS Lewis The Screwtape Letters covers the same material but in aentertaining, thought provoking manner The idea that Satan exists was a novel one to CoC in the 90s and he does a superb job discussing Satan s role in our world That section has stood the test of time well Joe seems to be a wanna be novelist so the book is peppered with imaginative, dramatic takes on what God, Jesus and the devil were thinking I took those with huge grains of salt Many of the details had no Biblical counterpart Interesting book yes Would I recommend it was Bible classes No It s too dated and caught up in church politics

  3. Travis says:

    Joe has become a friend of mine over recent months and when I mentioned my interest in this subject he suggested I read his work The book covers subjects rarely discussed in Sunday school yet affects everyone at some point in time If you have questions about spiritual warfare, this is a great start.

  4. Aaron Battey says:

    I had high hopes for this book initially Beam started off bringing attention to the reality and presence of the spiritual realm He did a good job setting the stage, but from there he went on to fall flat I felt There was only one good chapter Ch 8 What Are Demons that presented new thoughts for me and was biblically based In my perception he took a LOT of scripture out of context through the book, butchered symbolic prophecy i.e Rev 12 interpreting it literally, and proposed ideas s I had high hopes for this book initially Beam started off bringing attention to the reality and presence of the spiritual realm He did a good job setting the stage, but from there he went on to fall flat I felt There was only one good chapter Ch 8 What Are Demons that presented new thoughts for me and was biblically based In my perception he took a LOT of scripture out of context through the book, butchered symbolic prophecy i.e Rev 12 interpreting it literally, and proposed ideas such as demonization, something just short of demon possession that he thinks are true without explaining really how and often giving no scripture for his premises at all He does use a lot of scripture, but subtly you will notice he just throws a scripture at a point to make it scriptural per se, or a major point is made without scripture at all The last half of the book was utterly worthless I cannot explain how worthless the last half was spare one half of a chapter I was very disappointed that I kept waiting for it to get better

  5. Pam Bales says:

    My Bible study class picked this as their newest read It is interesting and a good source for discussion, but it has a disconcerting trick of changing pronouns midstream which is very annoying It seems to change masculine to feminine without rhyme or reason I probably will not try anything else by this author unless he gets his ducks or at least his editor in a row.

  6. The Scorpion says:

    Very informative A must read to get an understanding of spiritual warfare.

  7. Summer Barnes darvischi says:

    After attending Joe Beam s marriage conference, which was life changing by the way, I purchased all the paperbacks he was offering Unfortunately, this book was in the mix The first chapter grabs you and pulls you in to what you think is going to be fantastic insight into the nature of good and evil I am a very spiritual person with an open mind, so I was very excited to read further Imagine my disappointment when I discovered the rest of the book is so supernatural , fictional, and ridiculo After attending Joe Beam s marriage conference, which was life changing by the way, I purchased all the paperbacks he was offering Unfortunately, this book was in the mix The first chapter grabs you and pulls you in to what you think is going to be fantastic insight into the nature of good and evil I am a very spiritual person with an open mind, so I was very excited to read further Imagine my disappointment when I discovered the rest of the book is so supernatural , fictional, and ridiculous that it insulted my intelligence And yes, I am Biblically and secularly educated

  8. Linda says:

    Mike was right in his comment about Satan and knowing the enemy It is amazing to see people rationalize sin that is destroying their life Joe Beam did that and lived long enough to tell his story of leaving God and then finding Him again Great insight into how sin can take us over if we are not alert.

  9. Ashley Festa says:

    An interesting read even if I don t know what to think about everything in it It did make me rethink the way I m living my life and whether I want to continue in that direction I like inspirational books, but sometimes scare tactics work too, at least in the short term.

  10. Jess Martin says:

    Serious look at a topic that is not often addressed by Christians and is frankly frowned upon entirely by non religious types.