I consider Terry Law to be a pioneer of contemporary Christian worship. His book, The Power of Praise and Worship, was written almost 15 years ago, yet it captures the essence of praise and worship for today’s Church (the Body of Christ, or all believers). At first reading, I was surprised to find very little mention of music in the book’s early chapters. I soon realized, however, that Mr. Law was laying a solid foundation for his beliefs about the power of praise and worship. In fact, he lays a solid foundation for the Christian faith. In this book, he sheds new light on the use of praise and worship as a tool to receive God’s blessings and to win victory over the flesh and all forms of evil. Venturing into the arena of spiritual warfare, Mr. Law wields the power of three key weapons: The Word, The Name, and The Blood. He explains the power and authority that all Christians possess through The Word (Scripture), The Name of Jesus (God), and His Blood (Jesus’).