Not too many people would list “brokenness” and “neediness” as attributes that attract or draw them to people.
However, we see in the Word, that Christ Himself said He came for these people. Those who were sick, broken, and oppressed.
Maybe God has healed you from brokenness, but you’ve found yourself on a downward slope, unsure of what is happening in this season or if you will ever come back.
Are these troubled times making you worry that you may never be healed at all?
Today, these 2 truths are highlighted:
  1. Everyone who is in Christ is a new creature.
  2. He is looking on you with compassion.
Remember, healing is a process, and after the healing must come the “filling”.
Tune in to episode 26 now:
  • Red flags of rebellion
  • Paying attention to areas of resurfacing pain and what to do when this happens.
  • How our stumbling reminds us of our need for Christ.
  • Ways that the enemy tries to defeat us when we are in the pit and how to overcome.
  • Christ is acquainted with our sorrows.
Quotes to Remember:
“Don’t let the enemy make you stumble in condemnation or rebellion.”
“While you may be hiding from the Lord, consider that perhaps He is looking on you with compassion rather than judgment.”
“Even when the Lord has healed us, there is re-learning and reconditioning that has to occur.”
Luke 19:10
Mark 2:13-17
Luke 15:11-32
Philippians 2:12
Psalm 51:17
2 Cor 5:17
Philippians 4:13
Isaiah 53:3
Psalm 103:11-15
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Comments (2)
  1. But I thought I was healed is such a needed teaching. It was great to hear how to recognize you are not healed and acknowledge you need a healing. Often times people go through life not realizing they are hurting. It’s not until those triggers are manifested the sore spot hurts. People need to know they don’t have to suffer in silence there is deliverance and healing in Jesus. I love how you present Jesus. Such a powerful teaching

    • So true, and no we don’t have to suffer in silence! I’m so grateful for the Lord’s compassion in my many slip ups and for His deliverance. And, I’m so grateful that you stopped by and listened.

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