When we’ve been through trauma—a death in the family, a painful divorce, a grievous loss—the enemy often comes and tries to instill fear. Even after we’re healed, the fear might still be there. This doesn’t mean we weren’t healed, but there is a spiritual discipline involved in the aftermath of...

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  What Do Sanctification and Transformation Really Mean? by Michael Desgrosseilliers   Inner healing ministry is a work of “evangelizing the unbelieving parts of a believer’s heart,” as John and Paula Sandford used to say. An “unbelieving” heart is that way because of the effects of sin. “The heart is...

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    Believing in Jesus, God With Skin Adapted from Loving Jesus More by John Loren Sandford  The Lord is inviting you to believe a mystery—to simply believe it, even though it is hard to comprehend. In ancient Hebrew culture, a sheliach was a special servant, one who had been...

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