This book is a compelling, unique, creative, and insightful look into spiritual warfare - a war with God and Satan as the primary combatants. The author, a distinguished soldier-scholar, allows the reader a highly personal look into his past. Using language associated with the military profession, and scripture, he reveals his battles with Satan. Beginning with his rebellious teenage years, the author takes the reader on a reflective journey, to include his wartime experiences in Vietnam, and family crises of recent years to show the power of Jesus Christ in changing his life. The author's stories are powerful, moving and inspirational. They emphasize the importance of prayer, faith, and hope. A valuable, timely, well-written and highly readable book for those seeking insights into spiritual warfare, how it affects mankind and how one man has dealt with it. James B. Motley, Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired) has published and lectured extensively in the field of national security. During his military career, he commanded Airborne, Ranger, and Infantry units; served as a political military staff officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense; with the Joint Chiefs of Staff; on the Department of Army Staff; and was a Senior Fellow at the National Defense University and with The Atlantic Council of the United States. A veteran of the Vietnam War (two tours), Colonel Motley's awards and decorations include the Combat Infantryman Badge, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star (3 awards), Purple Heart, Ranger Tab, Pathfinder, and Senior Parachutist Badges. A graduate of the Citadel, the author earned a Masters Degree from Florida State University and Ph.D. from the Catholic University of America.