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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Freedom from emotional pain of offense

Conditions for release from emotional prison of offense -

Choose not to be offended.

Be quick to forgive.

Sometimes our pride will try to get in the way and keep us in bondage of division and broken relationships. Self inspection and truthfulness to self will help to start the process to freedom.

Healing brings new life and restored joy. When we are offended we become angry and bitter. Releasing the offense is in the forgiveness which makes our healing easier.

Our refusing to be offended and our forgiveness does not make the offender free of the action, but we are made free from anger, bitterness, headaches, revenge, lack of sleep, depression, mistrust, among many other things.

Let's try, with God's help to let it go.


-Winsome -

Friday, May 5, 2017

Words are powerful

Proverbs 18:21 The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit

Every word you and I speak has the power to bring life or death, whether spiritually, physically or emotionally. 

Do you want to see changes in your life, your family and friends? 

This morning as you open your eyes speak healing to body, mind and spirit.

God keeps his promises, so keep speaking the truth of God with thanksgiving.

Good morning

~Winsome~

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Forgiveness - Let it go



You may have been hurt by someone which have caused you much emotional and psychological pain, and It seem so hard to let it go.

The person who have wronged you may not even know they did. They may have been the victim of the same circumstances, and does not have a clue they have relived their past. They may think that was the best way.

You are now trapped in the prison of bitterness and pain, and you need to be free.

Some where on your journey you may have done the same, and someone out there has forgiven you.

Let it go and be free from the prison of anger and bitterness.

Colossians 3:13 13 Put up with one another. Forgive one another if you are holding something against someone. Forgive, just as the Lord forgave you.

For further discussion on the topic you may leave a comment.

~Winsome ~