Luring believers to take up an offense is one of Satan's most deceptive snares. In this revision, marking the fifteenth anniversary of his best-selling book, John Bevere shows Christians how to stay free from offense and how to escape the victim mentality.
This version will feature updated anecdotal stories and include testimonials of transformed people who read the original book, which has sold more than 100,000 copies. The revised version will also include a devotional supplement featuring a 30-day plan for making the Bait of Satan part of your daily devotions. It will include daily Scripture readings, devotional thoughts developed from the book, reflective questions to complete, a deeper development of the topic for each day from the Bible, an interactive closing prayer time and all of it can be listened to or viewed on the attached PDF document on the audiobook.
This book went beyond the regular offense between church members. It leads to understand that even if you have a good reason to be offended, God is using that specific situation to prune you. It also made me realize how i was offended at the church and some leaders and didn't even know it. I thank God for Mr. Bevere, now i can live in true freedom.
- A timely eye opener, thank you
I had heard that this was an excellent book, so my expectations were high. I was not disappointed. Bevere clearly explains how our cultural norm of taking offence at times at what others have done, or are doing, is not how God desires us to live. His examples from the life of Joseph and King David are very convicting. His own life experience is also good to reflect upon. It is difficult for one to read/listen to, this book without being brought to a point of seeking forgiveness.
- This is a great book, I...
This is a great book, I never realized that Satan had so much control over my own thoughts. Very liberating