I knew if Jesus could endure the cross for me and come back to life, then he would help me. Choosing to trust Jesus and to trust God helped me experience living in Christ’s hope. Without trusting and loving them, living in unstoppable hope was not possible.
I had to live like I believed God was good and He had the best plans for me and my children; MORE than the fear I felt, the questions I had, and the uncertain circumstances I faced.
History shows us that when imperfect people use their independence to get what they desire without any consideration of others and a foundation of love and honor, the result is hurt, abuse, and devastation.
The process of surrender is constant and requires you to be intentional. Ever present is our flesh self-will wanting to do things “our way” and in “our time.” However, our way is the opposite of trusting and surrendering to Jesus.
God’s people or the Church is called to rise up and be part of the solution to stop the pandemic of abuse and domestic violence. Without injecting God’s truth, transforming grace, support for healing, and discipleship training, the devil will continue to destroy individuals, marriages, families, churches, communities, and countries. Loving others “IS” to help our abused sisters and abusive brothers overcome their deceptions and infiltration of the enemy.
God moves in looped time with His purpose and plan for us to all have the opportunity to spend eternity with Him.
The rich mixture of Scotland’s history reminds me how every place, belief, and person is the result of what came before.
Is it any wonder the ways I experienced and understood the world’s definition of love were the exact ways the enemy wounded me?
What is God chipping away in your life to reveal the masterpiece He created you to be?
It is vital for you to understand each aspect of your soul and how it affects your life or you are making your soul, your spiritual heart’s core, your core needs, and your identity vulnerable to the enemy.