Allow God to Show You The Answer

GETTING TO THE ROOT OF YOUR CORE PROBLEMS!

ALLOW GOD TO SHOW YOU THE ANSWER!

Do You Think You Can't Change?

Think your life has too many roots and weeds? Nothing is too hard for Jesus to do.


Listen to your heart as you pray.
David was a man after God’s own heart. He was a conniver. He was a manipulator. He was a sexually too-active adulterer. He prayed this prayer as he wrote the Psalms. Be a man and pray this prayer from your heart of hearts.

As you pray the ‘SEARCH ME O GOD’ prayer, listen with your heart. Be attentive to the still small voice on the inside. God will show you an answer to your heart cry to know the truth about your own self.

Praying such a prayer typically brings up fear that you might not be able to handle it. The question often is: Is there really any solution for my broken spirit?

Yes there is! Please honestly examine the promises of the Bible as presented in Free Me to Live. Apply them as best you can to your own lifestyle as you grow in your understanding of how to live free of your painful past. The Bible challenges every person to work out their own salvation.

This process works. For it to work for you, you must grasp it line upon line, precept upon precept. Try not to rush through the process. Give yourself time to consider, meditate, rationalize, facilitate, and apply the concepts to your life.

Pray specifically. Once a man who had a history of being terrified of the dark sought God’s answers about why he was afraid. As he prayed this simple yet profound prayer, God answered him. He revealed things about his childhood she did not want to remember.

In fact, the memory shattered him for a little while. That prayer unlocked a memory locked deep in his repressed mind. As he prayed he remembered himself being molested by his Step Dad at about age four. Suddenly he was shattered and frightened. Yet, God used his prayer to unlock his memories so that he could deal with the past in a concrete way. Remember, God, will not put upon you more than you can bear.


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