The Bait Of Satan: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense

The Bait Of Satan: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense

The Bait Of Satan Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense Escape the enemy s deadly trap The Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God offense Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan d

  • Title: The Bait Of Satan: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense
  • Author: John Bevere
  • ISBN: 9781591854135
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • Escape the enemy s deadly trap The Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God offense Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan don t even realize it Don t be fooled You will encounter offense, and it s up to you how it will affect your relationship with God Your response will determine your futuEscape the enemy s deadly trap The Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God offense Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan don t even realize it Don t be fooled You will encounter offense, and it s up to you how it will affect your relationship with God Your response will determine your future If offense is handled correctly, you will become stronger rather than bitter.In this tenth anniversary edition of his best selling book, John Bevere shows you how to stay free from offense and escape the victim mentality With than 400,000 copies in print, this book includes testimonials of transformed people who have read copies in print, this book includes testimonials of transformed people who have read the original book and a devotional supplement, featuring discussion questions, scriptures, and prayers.You will find answers to tough questions like these Why am I compelled to tell my side of the story How can I fight thoughts of suspicion or distrust What can I do to stop rehearsing past hurts How can I regain trust after someone deeply offends me This book will help you escape the enemy s offensive trap as well as empower you to stay free of offense, enabling you to have an unhindered relationship with God.

    The Bait by John Donne Poetry Foundation The Bait With silken lines, and silver hooks Begging themselves they may betray Gladder to catch thee, than thou him I need not their light having thee With strangling snare, or windowy net Bewitch poor fishes wand ring eyes Alas, is wiser far than I. The Bait of Satan Living Free From the Deadly Trap of Mar , The Bait of Satan Living Free From the Deadly Trap of Offense John Bevere on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Escape the enemy s deadly trap The Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God offense Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan don t even realize it. Bait Definition of Bait by Merriam Webster Bait definition is to persecute or exasperate with unjust, malicious, or persistent attacks to try to make angry with criticism or insults How to use bait in a sentence Synonym Discussion of bait. Bait Idioms by The Free Dictionary cut bait To give up on something Taken from the phrase fish or cut bait, meaning to either work productively or else stand aside After three years of hating medical school, Sean decided it was time to cut bait and try something different Literally, to cut fish into small pieces to be used as bait These days, bait is mostly processed in a The Bait Of Satan Quotes by John Bevere bait To torment with persistent insult or ridicule To disturb by repeated attacks To excite another by exposing something desirable while keeping it out of reach BAIT meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary bait definition a small amount of food on a hook curved piece of wire or in a special device used to attract and catch a fish or animal something that is said or offered to people in order to make them react in a particular way to intentionally make a person angry by saying or. The Bait TV Movie Mar , The Bait An undercover policewomen risks her life to trap a homicidal rapist. Bait definition of bait by The Free Dictionary bait Something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward Something that leads one into a place or situation from which escape is difficult Bait Aug , Bait is a pretty remarkable film Saw it at the excellent BFI Southbank It s set in the present day but filmed using techniques from the old silent film era with sound including audio added afterwards No moving camera Shot as if the person being spoken to is holding said camera think Peep Show Beautiful black and white. Apparel BAIT Shop the latest in streetwear and fashion from BAIT s own signature designs to the best of other popular labels.

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    This is yet another must read for all christians. I will have this as a yearly re read to keep the examples reveal at the forefront of my mind as I continue my walk with Christ.Re-Read on February 9th 2017:This is one of those books that you need to keep close and re read ever so often as a reminder of how the enemy causes us to get offended and also allows others to be offended. It shows you how to detect it and how to deal with it. Such an enlightening read.

    This is a book that everyone should read Seriously! It is about what happens when we take Offense and how Satan will use that against us in our own lives. It sounds intense but if you want some relief in your life and growth, this is a MUST READ! It's teaching me sooooo much and praise God for that!

    Deception is sounfair!A deceived person, by the very nature of deception, has no possible way of knowing they are being deceived. That is, unless someone shines a light onto the issue, revealing the truth to them and exposing the lies for what they truly arees and deception. I was given such a revelation this past week, when I read "THE BAIT OF SATAN: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense” by John Bevere. If you had asked me two weeks ago if I was offended by anybody, or if I was holding [...]

    Offense leads to sin, which leads to separation from God and others. We are so easily offended, but this book opened my eyes to the ways in which to overcome offense.

    "THE BOOK YOU HOLD IS QUITE POSSIBLY THE MOST IMPORTANT confrontation with truth you'll encounter in your lifetime"So begins another book that I could not bring myself to finish. I did make it through 7 chapters but that was my limit. My problem was not confrontation with truth but confrontation with arrogance. There was so much wrong with this book I hardly know where to begin.Call it being offended or call it righteous indignation, but it's clear that Jesus was offended by the money changers a [...]

    In war the enemy gets the upperhand by cutting off communication amongst the soliders. Without communication, one is often alone without any idea of what should be done next. Offense is the tactic Satan uses to cut communication and create separation. At that point, he can attack and destroy quickly, swiftly and without interference. This book gives tons of examples and situations backed by the Word to help us understand, recognize and reject the bait of satan.

    Every person on God's plant is subject to being offended. Read how God expects us to handle it versus the enemy's expectation. Everyone should read this book but especially every church member or those who have been hurt by "the church". Absolutely the best book I have ever read!

    This was recommended to me by a friend from church, and is the book the church uses for a course on spiritual cleansing- I would actually like to study this with others to see if I would gain any more insight. Bevere's theme is on offense, and how taking offense and harboring unforgiveness are poisonous to us. Exercising forgiveness is like exercising any muscle: you have to use it all the time. The outline of the book was a little vague, so while there was a lot of valuable info and scripture a [...]

    For me personally, this book held a great message. I read it in a group and also passed the book on to some friends, and I noticed that some people took issue with how he worded things, but for me the message that he had really spoke through whatever odd trappings might have surrounded it. At the heart of this book is a Biblical message which every Christian should hear and take to heart: we don't have the right to hold bitterness in our hearts, no matter how legitimately we've been wronged.

    WOW! This is for anyone who has been hurt by anyone, or who has hurt anyone. It is not a sappy, feel-good book. It will rock your faith to the core. I didn't read at first because of the title, but offence, then the fruit of that, unforgiveness, keeps so many from a fruitful life, and even from Heaven. I wish so many in the church would read this who have been hurt by pastors and other Christians.

    Bible Teacher Don Basham used to say that prophetic utterances were often like water from a muddy hose: First, you get a bunch of mud and yuck before pure water starts flowing. This is an apt description of this book if there was one. Unfortunately, it's just the opposite, in this case, the more it flows the more mud and yuck you get. "The Bait of Satan" is also an apt title because that's exactly what this book is: A little bit of truth buried underneath a mountain of error. There is great dang [...]

    Over the years, I have had many Christians recommend this book to me, but had not ever gotten around to it. Our church offered a study over it, too, but again the timing wasn't right. This year, however, just when I was dealing with some of the pain from my past and some very deep wounds from those closest to me, I "just happened" to find a copy (the last one they had) at a used Christian bookstore. Now the time was right, and I read it on my return trip from an unhappy visit with family over th [...]

    I'm not as apocalyptic in my thinking as John Bevere is. I don't think the world's current woes are signs that Jesus is coming back soon; I think the woes are the way it always is; it just feels more intense now because we're living through it rather than reading about it in the history books.I am also not as dualistic as Bevere--I don't think there is a spiritual war going on between God and Satan and the outcome of the battle still hangs in the balance. I think that battle was fought 2,000 yea [...]

    H11) Mensen zijn echt verkeerd behandeld.2) Mensen denken dat ze verkeerd behandeld zijn.Trots kan je er van weerhouden te zien dat je gekwetst bent. Trots zegt dat je een slachtoffer bent, en staat vergeving in de weg. Een rein hart is als puur goud: zacht, teder en buigzaam. Allooi is goud met andere metalen zoals koper, nikkel, ijzer en wordt hard en verweerd. Om goud puur te maken, wordt het tot poeder gemalen en in de oven gesmolten: Jesaja 48:10 ik heb u gelouterd als goud. Ik heb u beproe [...]

    This book was recommended to me by several people I respect, given to me by some wonderful people because they knew I wanted to read it, and it has much good to say on the subject of offense--something that is seldom spoken of from the pulpit. This book's message is particularly important for the social media culture we have that thrives on being offended.I almost gave the book 3 stars simply because the author strays into "Pentecostalisms" that may be confusing for those outside that tradition. [...]

    My husband and I were reading this with a small group at church and did most of the accompanying video sessions, and while many of the things he has to say really spoke to me and made me think, I found his tone in both the book and the video sessions to be so aggravatingly self-righteous and arrogant that I found it hard to get to the message through the man ("This will be one of the most important books you've ever read" and statements of the like). I'm glad I listened to the sessions, because [...]

    I read this with my life group. I wouldn't have picked it up on my own, and I was prepared to hate it, but it ended up working well for our group. The book itself is not so dramatic as the title would imply. Bevere focuses on getting offended, unforgiveness, and resisting the desire for revenge, and I felt like he made some very good points on those issues. I doubt I would recommend it as widely as I would other Christian books I have read unless I thought it would work for a specific situation [...]

    Titlul cărții se explică singur: o carte despre cum să scapi de capcana ofenesei, cu alte cuvinte cum să ierți, să cauți împăcarea, folosul celui de lângă tine, chiar dacă dreptatea e de partea ta. O abordare absurdă ai spune, dacă nu ar fi clar că aşa e şi dragostea lui Dumnezeu pentru om; absurdă, iertătoare, care caută împăcarea prin Hristos și care se uita după folosul tău, în pofida faptului că doar după dreptate altfel ar fi stat lucrurile. E vorba de dragoste. [...]

    Did this in a Bible study fashion. I find the book to be redundant. I find the author to be a little too sensational in his charismatic theology/style. He did use to be one of Benny Hinn's main guys The point of the book is excellent, however, I would have preferred to read what Timothy Keller, J.C. Ryle, John Piper, Spurgeon and the like have to say about the topic. I was a little offended by the book. Oh, the irony.

    Awesome book about Forgiveness towards God, people, friends and finally yourself.I got deceived by the title of this book but once I started reading I couldn't stop.Forgiveness is such a simple thing but we humans sometime make it so complex that we aren't able to forgive ourselves, someone who has hurt us etc.And we carry on the grudge on our own shoulders.It's better to forgive and accept God's grace in the life.Amen.

    An excellent read. I always thought this book wouldn't be for me, as I'm not the type to hold grudges against people, but I found that there were little nooks where the devil had popped in some offense, and I was only not responding because I had blocked myself off to such offenses. An eye-opening read - definitely for everyone, even if you feel that you forgive easily.

    ثاني قراءة وبرضو بتعلم منه :) اول قراءة في ديسمبر ٢٠١٤ فيه كتب تقراها تخليك تستمتع بيها ذهنيا قوووي وفيه كتب تقراها وتلاقي نفسك بتطبفقها ف حياتك وحياة اللي حواليك ويفرق معاك جداااا :) الكتاب ده عبارة عن النوعين في بعض استمتعت انا وبقراه جداااا وفرق في حياتي لما طبقته قووووي :) [...]

    I certainly developed a new approach to taking offense after reading this book. I made sure that I DID NOT (take offense) that is. It is not an easy road to travel but if we are to be like Christ then we must follow His way. Freedom is a wonderful thing.

    This was a reread for me. I read this book several years ago and it impacted me then. This ministered to me on a greater level this time around.

    Bible study for a year. Learn to forgive quick and forget each trespass. Jesus told them the truth but did not keep anyone in his heart.

    This book was my first of John Bevere's works. Bevere did a very thorough job of explaining Satan's trap of 'offense' and how it can slowly corrupt our relationship with God and those who have hurt us. Especially when we are in the 'right' Satan can use this feeling of ours to build upon a seed of hurtfulness, bitterness and anger in our lives. Bevere provides a multitude of helpful insights that causes the reader to examine himself for any hidden offenses that he may be harboring. Even hurts th [...]

    This has been one of the best self help books I've read and I love self help books. If you find yourself harboring unforgiveness towards anyone then definitely read this book. I definitely felt conflicted and convicted while reading this and I think it took me awhile to get through because I was working through an offense I had been holding onto. In this book you learn that offense leads to bitterness and hatred and eventually worse acts. As Christians we are supposed to forgive like Jesus, whic [...]

    Life Changing!!! I'm off the hook!!I cannot think of a single soul that would not be blessed by this book. I want to buy it for so many people, but instead I pray for God to orchestrate thay purchase according to when those are ready.This book has led me to true freedom in Christ Jesus. I've been reconciled with so many and cancelled so many debts of those in the pastme of which really had no chance without forgiveness. I was blind to the enemy tactics and how he was stealing from me by getting [...]

    As believers, we experience the same challenges and disappointments as anyone else, even within the church. What makes us different is how we not only look at but work through the challenges that we encounter. According to Romans 12:19 “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine, I will repay, saith the Lord.” (KJV).Read more thejegroupzone.wordpress/The Bait Of Satan: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense

    From the first chapter Inwas instantly touched and convicted about holding offense in my heart. I believe God led me to read this book. The end of each chapter has powerful declarations/prayers you can make your own. All throughout this book is based on scripture. Very insightful and the author/pastor uses personal testimonies to share how the Lord worked in his life. So powerful. It also has a workbook that I didn't have a chance to go through but I will buy this book (I checked it out from the [...]

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