~Momentum~ (Part 2)

Forward momentum can have awkward moments. They can be embarrassing sometimes. For me forward momentum is just getting myself out and about. I like to stay home. I have panic attacks when going out. I have been like this since my PTSD was triggered. But because of the Lord and my parents and others I’m …

~When A Thief Steals Your Heart~ (Part 3)

To be made whole again. ~Looking Deeper~ “Dr. Dan B. Allender, in the Wounded Heart, asks, “What must be done to lift the shroud of shame and contempt?” He believes the answer to this question involves a strategy that might at first seem to intensify the problem, which is to peer deeply into the wounded …

~When A Thief Steals Your Heart~ (Part 1)

“I know not if tomorrow’s way be steep or rough; But when His hand is guiding me, that is enough.” Unknown (Pg. 125) Through the start of chapter six of the Mended Heart, Suzanne Eller talks about two young woman who lost they’re since of safety. They lost there since of security and safe feelings …

~When Sin Hurts Your Heart~ (Part 4)

No Longer Trapped (Pg. 111) To no longer be trapped in sin, to no longer be weighed down and heavy in sin. That is what God’s does for us. “If you’ve sinned, you can play the blame game for years, but that won’t get you any closer to healing.” (Pg. 111) God wants us to …

~When Sin Hurts Your Heart~ (Part 3)

Hey Everyone, I’m sorry that I haven’t posted anything this past week. I had a very stressful weekend and it caused me to get what I call stress sick. I had trouble just getting out of bed. My whole body was in a panic for like, the whole week. But I am finely starting to …

~When Sin Hurts Your Heart~ (Part 2)

Last week I ended the post with a question from the Mended Heart by Suzanne Eller. The question? Why do we carry a burden Jesus willingly took upon Himself?(Pg. 103) It really got me thinking, how about you? What are your thoughts on this questions? What do you feel that the Lord is saying to …

~When Sin Hurts Your Heart~ (Part 1)

“Fear-based repentance makes us hate ourselves. Joy-based repentance makes us hate the sin.” Timothy Keller, Counterfeit gods (pg. 99) When sin hurts our heart, we tend to try and hide it or run from it. We get scared and pray for forgiveness in fear of what may happen to us. Fear of punishment. Fear that …

~A Little Something I wrote~

~6/23/20~ When you lose a piece of your heart,                             The Lord is there to hold you tight.                            When you lose a piece of your heart,                                 the Lord is there to comfort your soul and bring love back again. When you lose piece of your heart, the Lord is there to hold you …