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 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 more than 400,000 copies in print, this audio 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 audio 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.
©1994 John Bevere (P)2011 Oasis Audio
Can't list just one. I have listened to this book twice so far. Once immediately after purchasing it last year and a second time about a week ago. It is very instrumental in helping me to forgive and continues to teach me how not to allow offenses to cause me to operate in a manner that the God of the Holy Bible disapproves of. It also helps me to release anger, frustration and move on in my life without giving so much focus on the horrible things people do and say sometimes.
John Bevere is honest, succinct, clear in explaining himself and backing points up with biblical scriptures. I appreciate his awesome way of helping readers to understand his points and the way he verbally illustrates things.
It helped to open my eyes to how Satan can work through our emotions in a way that can be harmful to us.
This is a must have book and I'm so thankful that I learned of it through someone I met several years ago.
I really love this book as it deals with a well-known issue. It's practical and easy to understand, but still super profound.
This is the second time I go through it.
Thank you so much
Middle of the pack
Interesting information...opened my eyes....yes, I have recommended it to others....will probably listen to again,
I think some people could gain something from this book but there are many other books that are much better out there.
Not saying this book is horrible but it defiantly didn't rub me the right way. at first i thought i didn't like the book because maybe it was something i need to hear but just didn't want to but after i finished it and prayed i realized this is not the case. The main problem i have is how self important the author is. The second is the message, i believe sometimes you will have to do stuff that isn't %100 what you want but you should never blindly obey someone just because they say God says it.
Like so many of the testimonies used in this book I have to say that I like the way it points out to me places that I am baited and trapped, when I thought that I had overcome those things in my life.
I could relate to all points and examples of how offense were blocking my pathway to following Jesus
The Bait of Satan is a must read for a higher level of christian functioning in every day life. It really helps to release some of the weight we carry on our shoulders. Thank you
Yes. This book is one of the most insightful books I have listened/read in a long time.
His own experiences.
Several "aha" moments.
Outside of the Bible, this book should be required reading for all Christians, especially those who are involved in ministry full time.
Yes, I would recommend this book. It has practical application for all who struggle with issues of forgiveness.
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