Breaking Intimidation by John Bevere Very Good Condition, Clean, Unmarked with plastic book cover. Description - Countless Christians battle intimidation, which is camouflaged and subtle. Many feel the effects--depression, confusion, lack of faith--without knowing its root. Bevere guides readers below the surface to see the roots of intimidation. Readers will understand why it is hard to say no, why the fear confrontation and avoid conflict, and why they focus on pleasing others. Readers will learn to identify intimidation and know how to break its hold. Bevere explains how the fear of God keeps us from a life of ungodliness and produces confidence and boldness. Bevere advises, "Walk in your own God-given authority, or someone else will take it from you and use it against you." Amazon Book Reviews - 1) Fear of Man or Fear of God? - By Brenda Davis This book is what opened my eyes to the fact that I had made a man my God by allowing a man to intimidate and manipulate me. If I do something because I feel compelled to do it out of Christian duty, it is not in love. If it is not in love there is no value in doing it. If I fall in love with God intimidation and manipulation has no control. Then when I do things it is because I want to because I love my Heavenly Father and I want to please Him, not my Christian duty. 2) Busting Bullies! - By RCC Advocate All of us suffer from time to time with onslauaghts from bullies, whether or not they intended to inflict pain. John gives helpful information on how to break these bullies' influence on our spirits, and rise above it, fully victorious, but not vengeful. I thoroughly enjoyed his presentation.