The world will tell you, "You just need more willpower!" Here's why that's completely wrong.
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If you believe the mantra "Follow your heart," you have a problem on your hands.
Abraham and his lineage lived lives full of faith and righteousness but also full of doubt and sin.
The gospel of the kingdom is not the same as the gospel of salvation.
The same God who enabled Daniel to excel is with you.
"I have seen countless people experience genuine deliverance, only to be swept back into the same bondage."
But If experiencing heart healing is such a wonderful gift and blessing, why do so many people avoid it in their lives?
Another thing that's great is when you come to the end of a great difficulty or failure and can have a fresh start, a new beginning.
Perhaps you're not in that club and have heard God before, but He's gone silent.
The truth is we've all wrestled with God whenever we resisted His will and insisted on our will.
We have watched believers and even great leaders fall into temptation because of ignorance of Satan's schemes.
To these self-proclaimed heresy hunters, everyone is a heretic except them, including anyone who doesn't believe like they do. How arrogant!
His peace and victory are available to us with the proper attitude.
When all the circuits are busy, you need to get quiet.
We go from faith to faith, not faith to fear.
Having a strong understanding of God's grace and goodness will empower your recovery.
This isn't a gift or a personality type. It's a choice.
We need His truth and His healing.
Sometimes we don't give God a chance to talk to us.
John Paul Jackson, my mentor, considered John Sandford a spiritual father.