“We come as we are, but we don’t stay as we are.” (Priscilla Shirer)
God never requires us to fix ourselves up before coming to Him. His grace covers the pain, shame, guilt, sin, disasters that we bring to the table.
After confessing Jesus as Lord, we are promised the gift of the Holy Spirit. His presence IN US; to continue to heal and repair and redeem the innermost parts of our being.
But God isn’t pushy. He gives you the freedom to invite Him to do a supernatural work you are unable to do yourself. He longs for you to know, at a heart level (not just “know”), who He says you are and what He feels about you. Unfortunately, your wounded souls can create a barrier to hearing His voice clearly.
In this episode I share a bit about my inner healing story. How through prayer I asked God to show me where a lie started, confessed believing it, received forgiveness, and asked Jesus to tell me Truth.
You and I can offer our hurts to Jesus. He is overjoyed to bind them up and heal us.
What I chat about:
- The moment a child is given the gift of hearing.
- How God longs to tell us who we are and how He feels about us.
- What gets in the way from knowing to believing God’s love for us.
- How we are the temple that holds the presence of God and Christ removed the veil separating us from God.
- The process of bringing wounds to Jesus and allowing Him to rewrite the story.
- My prayer journey, learning about the wounds we carry & compassion of Jesus.
- The motivation from Samuel & Solomon to clean up our soul to listen better.
- Part One and Part Two of Well-Lopsided Series
- Drake’s Cochlear Implant Device Turned On
- Francie Winslow “Soul Freedom” (Ep 4 Encore)
- Elsie’s Cochlear Implant device gets turned on
- Priscilla Shirer’s Discerning the Voice of God**
- Andrea Howey (Ep 134 ) and her Instagram account
**Amazon affiliate link: At no additional cost to you a portion of your purchase will support the production of this podcast.
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