FREE BOOK: Breaking Intimidation: Say No Without Feeling Guilty.
By John Bevere
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Is fear holding you back from being used powerfully by God? Are you afraid of confrontation? Do you try to please people? Find out how to get out of the grip of intimidation! Bevere biblically explains your source of spiritual authority, exposes the ways people intimidate you, and reveals the secrets to breaking free once and for all.
Countless Christians battle intimidation, which is camouflaged and subtle. Many feel the effects—depression, confusion, lack of faith—without knowing its root. Bevere guides readers below the surface to see the roots of intimidation. Readers will understand why it is hard to say no, why the fear confrontation and avoid conflict, and why they focus on pleasing others. Readers will learn to identify intimidation and know how to break its hold.
Bevere explains how the fear of God keeps us from a life of ungodliness and produces confidence and boldness. Bevere advises, "Walk in your own God-given authority, or someone else will take it from you and use it against you."
Comment: As always, eat the meat & spit out the bones.
From a 5-star review: “When I heard about John, I thought he would be just another rigid fundamentalist -- sin-conscious and unable to relate to the common Christian. Instead, what I heard was a message of *balance*. He rightfully points out that many of us love God but few of us *respect* Him.
As a result we give place, by surrendering our own place, to the devil. The authority God intended for us is taken from us and used against us! This began with Adam who gave place (authority) to the devil and the devil has exercised that authority against man ever since.
John Bevere has a powerful anointing as a result of recognizing his own authority and resisting spiritual intimidation; it shows in this book.
I've been a spirit-filled believer for nearly 20 years and I can't remember being affected so strongly by the words of a minister. Since recognizing my own authority and the temptations to surrender it through various forms of intimidation, I have found a new power and focus. This book helped me do that.”