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Therefore, most gladly I will rather boast in my infirmities that the power of Christ may rest upon me. Therefore, I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in needs, in persecutions, in distress, for Christ’s sake, for when I am weak, then I am strong. NKJ
What! The Apostle Paul was not only boasting of his infirmities but taking pleasure in them too? And what about being persecuted for his faith? How could he be bound up with chains physically and not be in chains emotionally and spiritually with anger and bitterness? Listen to more on God's Pep Talk! We welcome your comments!
Are you holding any unforgiveness in your heart? Open up your heart and allow God to reveal any areas that have been wounded. Forgiveness is granting pardon and ceasing to blame or feel resentment against the other person. We can choose to forgive or hold unforgiveness in our hearts that cause a root of bitterness. It’s our choice of being bitter or better!
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Well, as I began a relationship with my Father God, our hearts became connected and I started to hear His voice over the enemy’s. Eventually I tore up the distorted painting of God that I had pictured and began a new work of art! Every year, I began to see a new picture of who God was. So…in this process of learning to know who He was I began to paint pictures for others to see who He really is! We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!
As I thought about what picture I would paint of God, I decided to look at the pictures of Jesus I have in my home that are painted by different artists! One of my pictures shows Jesus standing in front of a door knocking. What picture are you painting? We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!
So…when we refuse to forgive the person and allow our emotions to rule us, we not only sever our relationship with God but delay His part in healing the pain in us.
When we choose to forgive the person immediately we stay united in our relationship with God which brings healing in the midst of our pain of the offense.
What are you choosing? We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!
When I hear how people are taking God out of their life and replacing Him with self and other gods, my heart breaks along with His! You see, they couldn’t take Him out of their life, if they knew Him….I mean really know Him.
Theheart is the central or inner part of our being. The heart is the seat of emotions where thedeepest and sincerest feelings are located and we are most vulnerable topain. It is one’s inmost thoughts orfeelings such as tenderness, affection, love and courage. Are you feeling vulnerable to pain and anguish? We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!