Many of us trust our mind more than we trust our heart. Many of us learned as children to trust our mind more than we trust our heart, but is that what God really wants?
An inner vow can SEEM like a good thing in the beginning, but it will eventually grow into a problem, because we are choosing to rely on human strength and not the Lord.
Have you ever wondered, “Where did my healing go?! Why do I keep struggling with this same issue?” Here are a few ways you can EMBRACE your healing and really start walking it out.
Loving who we are is an important part of heart healing. We open ourselves up to deception and additional pain when we look at how God made us and disagree with what He did. If you have trouble loving yourself, here is a prayer for healing.
Did you know your family carries a specific blessing from God?That blessing might be difficult to see right now. You might have no idea what the blessing is—but it exists, and here is how you can know for sure.
Many people have trouble forgiving because somewhere along the way, they started believing that forgiveness is something it’s not. Here are five common myths about forgiveness and what the Bible actually says.
Hypervigilance is often a result of trying to get our needs met in an unhealthy way. Many of us learned as children to make our needs invisible to others, so we wouldn’t get hurt.
What does your heart believe about God the Father? Do you see Him as distant or withdrawn? Especially in times of hardship, we need to have a believing heart where God the Father is concerned.
Are you dealing with ongoing fear? Is the Lord asking you to trust Him in the very area where you’ve been dealing with fear for a long time? Here are five truths to consider as you battle this old enemy.
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