Book Review: Under Cover by John Bevere

We all want our own ways and sometimes, a rule is something which we think holds us on into achieving our dreams and plans. But who would have thought that submitting under authority could make us all the more free than wandering around and journeying with our own ways?

Front page (Locally printed by OMF Literature)
Front page (Locally printed by OMF Literature)

John Bevere shares encounters in the Scriptures, personal experiences, and even stories shared of and by people close to him, on how obedience AND submission do not hold us captive, rather, give us more liberty to live life in all its fullness.

This book displays daring and honest discussions on how pride can pull you down, sin as something which we don’t popularly know of,  why faith and obedience are inseparable and why 99% obedience is not obedience at all (among others). At the same time, it shares to us how obedience could bring about promises and why it is safe and calm “under cover”.

Discover these and more as you go through the pages of this book and learn how obedience, not rebellion, could bring about promises into your life and know why it is more safe and calm “under cover”.

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OMF Literature

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: Under Cover by John Bevere

  1. I have throughly enjoyed the impact your books have had on my walk as a child of God so true and profounnd thank you may God continue to use you to empower the sons of God.

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