The Bait of Satan: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense
Excellent! Great questions and good examples.
As I've come to expect, John Bevere gives readers a lot to think about, asks great questions, and wrestles through some difficult examples.
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As I’ve come to expect, John Bevere gives readers a lot to think about, asks great questions, and wrestles through some difficult examples. He gives concrete examples of how people in the Bible dealt with offenses–both when they did it well and when they didn’t, and he gives concrete advice on how to deal with someone who offended you as well as how to handle when someone is offended by you.
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