Fred K. Price, Jr.’s New Book Looks at What’s ‘Behind the Seen’ in Spiritual Warfare

A lot goes on in the spiritual realm that impacts the physical world and vice versa, according to the Rev. Fred K. Price, Jr., pastor of Crenshaw Christian Center.

In his new book, “Behind the Seen,” Price explains the concept in detail with the goal of helping believers live victoriously and securely in their walk with Lord.

“My goal is to equip saints. That’s the job of a pastor and teacher,” said the first-time author. “I want believers to have the right and proper information about what goes on in the spirit realm and how those events can affect the things that happen in the physical world or natural realm, which is the world we live in every day.

“Our words, actions and behaviors – if they line up with the word of God and if they do not – can have an effect on things that happen in the spirit realm or can have a negative or positive effect on things in the natural realm as well,” insisted Price.

The book’s title is a play on the words “scene” and “seen.” The phrase, behind the scene, is usually associated with theatre or an entertainment project. Price used “seen” to emphasize that other spiritual activities are occurring beyond what people can view with their eyes. As an example, he highlighted that social media; advertising and video games can potentially influence behavior and thoughts in a negative way without the consumer being consciously aware of it.

“I have been studying the spiritual realm and keeping my eye on pop culture for quite sometime. I can clearly see that there is an influence from the enemy, even an influence from ancient civilizations and cultures and the ancient gods and goddesses from Greece, Rome, Egypt and Babylon,” he said.

“I cover all of this in the book to make connections between those deities that were worshiped and angels in scripture. The kind of behavior that was happening way back then is having an influence on the everyday pillars of our society that we live in today.”

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Source: LA Sentinel