Breaking Intimidation by John Bevere

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He stood boldly before a wicked king who had no fear of God and declared, “There shall not be dew nor rain these years, except at my word” (1 Kings 17:1). He was not afraid of this godless king. He spent the next few years living in the miraculous. First he was fed by ravens; then he was sustained by a widow whose meal and oil would not run out though famine and starvation were all around them. This widow’s son suddenly died, and God heard the prayer of Elijah, raising the boy from the dead. This was a man with a powerful ministry.

He was a young man in a church where many were older. This by itself could open a door to intimidation. But in the face of all this, Paul instructed Timothy to remain strong, not forgetting what had been imparted to him. Paul constantly reminded Timothy to stand in his God-given authority. Perhaps Timothy had backed down at one time, so Paul instructed: These things command and teach. — Timothy : And these things command, that they may be blameless. — Timothy : 28 Two Extremes You therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus.

1:23). The fact that He was human gave Him the legal right to regain what was lost. Because He was the Son of God He was free from the lordship the enemy had acquired over man. He revealed the will of God in everything He did and said. Sins were forgiven because in His presence sin had no dominion. Sickness and disease bowed to His authority and power (Luke 5:20–24). Nature itself was subjected to His command (Mark 4:4). He walked in the authority that Adam had relinquished. Jesus, through obedience and sacrifice, restored the God-given authority Adam had lost and, therefore, our relationship with God .

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