Second only to “I Love You” as the most central message God wants to speak to us through His Word and into our daily lives would be, “Don’t be afraid.” Of course, there is the healthy fear of things that could immediately hurt us as well as the fear of the Lord, which is to have reverent awe of who He is. This talk is not about those kinds of fears. There is another fear that stalks many, threatening to become the focus of their entire life, whispering threateningly all the things that might, could even should go wrong and hurt us and those we love. Is there any answer to that kind of endless fear? Any hope? In this talk this fear and its source will be uncovered and the steps to a life of freedom from all fear.
Ever regretted something you did and thought, “my emotions got the best of me?” We all have. Our emotions are a strong force within us that can often cause destruction, but they can also be a pathway leading to love and new life. This is the first of a 6-message series in which we’ll dive into our emotional worlds. Our hope is that these teachings will raise your Emotional IQ and propel you into living a Spirit-led life that will set you free to love well!
Haven’t we all let anger get the best of us at one time or another? Join me in being honest with ourselves about our anger and replacing those feelings of anger with kindness and compassion. This is the second of a six message series in which we’ll dive into our emotional worlds. Our hope is that these teachings will raise your Emotional IQ and propel you into living a Spirit-led life that will set you free to love well!
We all experience anxiety from time to time but many in our world battle chronic or crippling anxiety over a variety of things. Is there hope for freedom and peace beyond the often helpful medications prescribed? God is aware of our anxious thoughts and He cares. He also provides a clear path to freedom from unhealthy anxiety which we’ve entitled: Our Answer to Anxiety.
Most of us would say that we are rarely jealous. On the contrary God so identifies with being jealous that He calls Jealous one of His names. Is there a right way to be jealous? We live in a world where being jealous or angry are always wrong, but if these are attributes God ascribes to Himself maybe we should reconsider. Being Jealous may just set you free to love well.
Most of us carry around a measure of guilt. Have you ever asked why? Do you see guilt as a friend or a straight-laced party pooper? Guilt is meant to serve us well but all too often it enslaves us. Is there a way to be free from guilt? This talk focuses on God’s solution to guilt and His invitation to be set free from all condemnation.