The story is all to common. People like you, followers of Christ, are exposed to the supernatural by the Holy Spirit. You begin to realize that the spiritual gifts discussed in the Bible didn’t die with the apostles. Your eyes are opened to the fact that we really are in the midst of a spiritual battle. The problem is, there may not be others around you who are equipped to help you navigate this supernatural environment.
First published in 2000, Ravens – Unseen Evil, Unwilling Eyes, is the fictional story of an American Baptist pastor and God’s transformative move that brought him into a ministry of discernment and deliverance.
This book is a primer, an introduction to spiritual conflict. It is a vehicle to communicate the early lessons and experiences that await anyone who has a calling similar to ours. May God use it to shape their understanding, prepare them for ministry, and confirm their experience.
Ravens is available in paperback, eBook and audio book formats.
Here is what others are saying about Ravens by Paul L. Cox
“This book is a treasure of rich experiences. With writing that is both pleasant to read and gripping, Dr Paul L. Cox describes for us the spiritual conflict- the battle that is waged silently by millions of people that cry out for freedom in Jesus. Behind that which is obvious there exists a spiritual reality. The ministry of Dr. Cox will put salve on your eyes to help you discover the real reason for so much pain, and the authority we have in Christ.”
Rev. Claudio Freidzon
Rey de Reyes Iglesia
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“If you are looking for a textbook on deliverance, this is it! Paul L. Cox has given us a very personal look into his journey from tradition to deliverance. Ravens is a practical book that will benefit all who read it, especially those desiring to be set free.”
“I know the Paul L. Cox produced by the lessons of Ravens. The ministry that God has brought forth in and from this man have impacted me, my family and our congregation at a deep level. What you read here has come out of the fire. As you read, I pray that the fire of God will touch you as it has Paul L. Cox”
Rev. Rich Marshall