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Let Go

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Let Go

Can I have a real conversation with you for a moment? It’s been an emotional roller coaster with me, and I hate to admit it, for at least the last two years. In regards to my purpose and my business I’ve just been contemplating over and over in my mind what to do to help it grow. Even after hearing clearly from God to focus on healing. Even after obtaining the download from Holy Spirit for a new prompted journal line. Even after receiving instructions to focus on creating those journals, this blog and my podcast. I was still left...

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No More Cute Excuses, Stop Ignoring Your Healing

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No More Cute Excuses, Stop Ignoring Your Healing

This healing journey can be as difficult or as easy as you make it. But what it can't be is ignored. We can't allow our cute excuses to prevent us from actively pursuing the wholeness we desperately need and seek. You know those cute excuses like: 'I have a lot going on,' 'nobody's perfect,' 'this is just the way I am,' or 'it don't take all that.' But ignoring that inner voice that says something is not right, can lead to a far worse situation, where we find ourselves in a dark whole wondering how we got there. 

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Enough is Enough! Let God Love You!

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Enough is Enough! Let God Love You!

You have been through enough. So many times when we embark on the healing journey, we have preconceived ideas of how it will be because of what others have said: it's hard it's ugly it's gonna get bad before it gets worse there will be a lot of fighting and tears Which can be true at times, but I will say that most of it is due to (1) resistance to change and (2) refusal to trust God and submit to the process. I used to think that my own healing process began when I wrote my first book, but...

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