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The Bait of Satan, 20th Anniversary Edition: Living Free from the Deadly Trap of Offense Paperback – Deluxe Edition, January 7, 2014
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The premise of the whole book is an area that we may not think too much about--offense. Yet, if we fall for it, offense can be deadly to our lives as Christians.
I was pleasantly surprised that with this edition Bevere added a 30 day study guide that will aid in applying what was read to your personal life. There are also added affirmations at the end of each chapter to declare and aid in the application of what was just read.
The original book was approximately 177 pages; this one 271. Even if you already read the older edition I feel what the author included well worth the purchase.
I was amazed after only reading half way through the book my friends were even commenting that they had seen a change in me and I "seem to be in a better place with your (my) anger".
I had refused so long that I had any anger towards the issues because I had prayed "forgiveness prayer" toward my husband. But I didn't see that I was still holding on to the anger because I didn't know how to or even that I needed to.
A huge peace has come into my life. My circumstances haven't changed but my outlook has greatly changed. I'm not picking up "stones" anymore and letting them weigh me down.
Applying the principle of not being offended has positively changed the way I interact with other people.
Yes, it is hard work. Doing the work brings me closer to God.
I can better pray to God for forgiveness, specifically for myself and for others who have hurt my feelings.
This book would be a great gift for an engaged Christian couple.