Describes how to stay free from offense and escape the mentality of a religious victim, claiming that the feeling of victimization is one of the tools of Satan, and by overcoming offense, readers will strengthen their relationship with God.
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From the author of ECPA and CBA top sellers, Thus Saith the Lord?, Breaking Intimidation, and The Fear of the Lord BEST SELLING BOOK WITH OVER 1 MILLION COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDE Are you compelled to tell your side of the story? Do you fight thoughts of suspicion or distrust? Are you constantly rehearsing past hurts? Have you lost hope because of what someone did to you? The Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God--offense. This trap restrains countless Christians, severs relationships, and widens the gulfs between us. Jesus said, "It is impossible that no offenses should come” (Luke 17:1). Although you will encounter offense, you can choose how you will react. In this new twentieth anniversary edition, John Bevere shows you how to identify the traps ahead of you and escape the victim mentality. With declaration-style prayers and testimonials from people whose lives have been changed by his message, this book will inspire you to stay free from offense and its destructive power. Don’t let anyone affect your relationship with God!
For nearly two decades, Dr. T. Leon Williams has been visiting college campuses, sharing his unique perspective of the historical relevance of the nations progress through monologues of the beloved Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In The View from the Mountaintop, Williams charts the course for the advancement of human relations from chance to change. Drawing from his personal and professional experiences, Williams attempts to make meaning of the lived experiences from childhood to adulthood that has shaped his attitude and perspective of America. Through scholarly, personal narratives and for the first time in Williams travels, he shares his essays with the public. Williams strategically addresses one question, what would Dr. King have to say today? In his most provocative work, Williams shares his perspective of rethinking nonviolence for the twenty-first century.
The concept of spiritual awakening is artistically exposed through real-life events and stories. The book captures various aspects of what a spiritual awakening journey entails. The reader is invited to go on a journey of discovery and inspiration as the concept is unpacked through stages, stops, progress, lessons, challenges, ups and downs, excitement and some very trying times. Synonymous with the Israelites’ pilgrimage journey through the wilderness to the Promised Land, a spiritual awakening journey is traced through, using interesting principles and insights. Applying logical reasoning, experience and faith at the same time, IM Dlamini paints an interesting exposition of what is regarded as a spiritual awakening journey.
In HONOR'S REWARD, bestselling author John Bevere unveils the power and truth of an often-overlooked principle-the spiritual law of honor. Bevere explains that understanding the vital role of this virtue will enable readers to attract blessing both now and for eternity.
(Foreword by Carla Barnhill, Christian Parenting Today) A syndicated writer and popular speaker helps women grow and thrive in the midst of their hectic lives, even if their circumstances never change.
This book equips you with the knowledge you need to avoid deception coming from the Prince of Lies. Now you can shut and lock the door of your soul's enemy--permanently.
This Coffee Shop Conversations Ebook, by Dale and Jonalyn Fincher, will help you discover the fine art of sharing your faith ... without losing your friends.There are as many different styles of faith these days as there are ways to order your latte. So how do you talk to people about Jesus without offending them? By learning to cultivate respect and love for those who are different. Dale and Jonalyn Fincher will help you:• Gently invite others to share.• Cultivate an attitude of tolerance.• Avoid the buzzwords that will stop a conversation cold.• Talk about Jesus as a unique spiritual leader.• Listen more effectively.• Strengthen your own knowledge of your faith.Make the most of those casual, coffee shop moments. Find common ground as you gently and lovingly invite people to become followers and students of Jesus. It’s all here for you in this Ebook—Coffee Shop Conversations: Making the Most of Spiritual Small Talk.
According to the author, to walk in true spiritual authority, a believer must be submitted to God's sovereign authority. Bevere shows readers how the submission to this divine order grants the Kingdom's provision and protection.
This first full-length study of the cattle tick eradication program in the United States offers a new perspective on the fate of the yeomanry in the twentieth-century South during a period when state and federal governments were both increasing and centralizing their authority. As Claire Strom relates the power struggles that complicated efforts to wipe out the Boophilus tick, she explains the motivations and concerns of each group involved, including large- and small-scale cattle farmers, scientists, and officials at all levels of government. In the remote rural South--such as the piney woods of south Georgia and north Florida--resistance to mandatory treatment of cattle was unusually strong and sometimes violent. Cattle often ranged free, and their owners raised them mostly for local use rather than faraway markets. Cattle farmers in such areas, shows Strom, perceived a double threat in tick eradication mandates. In addition to their added costs, eradication schemes, with their top-down imposition of government expertise, were anathema to the yeomanry’s notions of liberty. Strom contextualizes her southern focus within the national scale of the cattle industry, discussing, for instance, the contentious place of cattle drives in American agricultural history. Because Mexico was the primary source of potential tick reinfestation, Strom examines the political and environmental history of the Rio Grande, giving the book a transnational perspective. Debates about the political and economic culture of small farmers have tended to focus on earlier periods in American history. Here Strom shows that pockets of yeoman culture survived into the twentieth century and that these communities had the power to block (if only temporarily) the expansion of the American state.