The same applies to Romans -32 and 2 Thessalonians 2:7-11. These intimidators are fond of saying that we Christians are deluded, but no, no, no, that boot is on their foot – not ours! So strongly does He do so, they believe their own lies to be truth. But that’s not half their problem in the first place.
I’m not in a position to know if this is true or not, but if it is, then those who pull such a card do so under a spirit of intimidation.
The other day on the Internet I came across an article on how to speak confidently and intimidate people.
The article suggested that sometimes people will need to speak more confidently, whether for the purpose of intimidating others or to keep them from intimidating you.
They can suffer from anxiety, worry, depression, despair, hopelessness, pessimism, low self-image, inferiorities, insecurity, inadequacy, sadness, grief, sorrow, inability to communicate (except behind a pen or computer keyboard! Continuing: Intimidators can be self-protective, self-centered, self-righteous and selfish.
They are often critical, judgmental, envious, jealous, proud, egotistic, haughty, arrogant and emotionally immature. The Bible reveals to us the root cause is rejection.