3 Dec I In Breaking Intimidation John Bevere brings a timely, much needed message to the body of Christ. We need to use the gifts that God has given. 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. Read “Breaking Intimidation Say “No” Without Feeling Guilty. Be Secure Without the Approval of Man.” by John Bevere with Rakuten Kobo. Countless Christians.

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Keys to a Breakthrough Life. Intimidation may come in various different, subtle ways with a few of those ways nicely illustrated in the book through personal stories.

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John enjoys living in Colorado Springs with his wife, Lisa, also a b Marked by boldness and passion, John Bevere delivers uncompromising truth through his award-winning intimidarion and bestselling books, now in more than 60 languages, including “The Bait of Satan,” “Drawing Near” and “Driven by Eternity. Trivia About Breaking Intimida Apr 05, Butterflyshines rated intimidatio it was amazing Shelves: He was probably afraid of those people from the choir and thinking: I am set free and believing many to receive from these writings inspired but the Holy Spirit.

Bevere advises, “Walk in your own God-given authority, or someone else will take it from you and use it against you. John Bevere does an excellent job in showing how Satan bevrre waiting for any opportunity available to break one’s connection with God.


So, he dealt with this issue by approaching the members of the church during the service. A great topic worth confronting with scripture, but at times presented with poor theology and exegesis. Readers will learn to identify intimidation and know how to vevere its hold. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Many feel the effects—depression, confusion, lack of faith—without knowing its root. There is a huge problem when the fear of men is stronger than the fear of God.

Azusa Street Papers – Apostolic Faith Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. This book hits upon a critical problem that we must address if we’re truly going to be the church.

I think this is an important book for any christian who is struggling to overcome fear and intimidation in their life.

I read this book when I began chasing God so so hard in my walk with him and realized that I need some things broken in me.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Cover from the reprint. Apr 18, Pauline rated it it was amazing. In accordance with the Bible, Jesus has given us authority: To sum up, be firm in Jesus, in the authority He has given you, do not ignore the intimidation but confront it, detonating it with the Word of God.

May 24, Rowan rated it liked it. Return to Book Page. John outlines 3 of them: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


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Bevere explains how the fear of God keeps us from a life of ungodliness and produces confidence and boldness. I needed to break that yoke of intimidation and a feeling of not being worthy of much of nothing. Recommended to Angela by: Jun 29, Brett rated it it was amazing. July 15, Imprint: Future Grace, Revised Edition.

As Bevere is a pastor, he was invited to preach in a certain Church some time ago when, in the service, he was used to publically say to the choir that there was sin among them. The reviewer had an opportunity to read the book at a time when intimidation was presenting specific challenges to his own life and ministry and the message proved helpful. Published December 6th by Charisma House first published This book forced me to face these fear in order to become stronger in my walk.

At first, you may think that this was a bit hard from John and of course the members intimidwtion the choir got very sad and started complaining about him to the pastor from that church.