How do we go deeper in prayer? Certainly by learning from Jesus as recorded in Matthew 6:5-14. This message offers a Biblical exposition of the Lord’s Prayer – familiar to many but its depth and significance more than often realized.
Depression has become a “mental health pandemic” of the modern world. Maybe you are depressed or know someone who is. While medication is the common “solution”, personal revelation in the deepest places in our soul can lead to healing and restoration.
Do you struggle with insecurity, fear, anxiety, issues around identity or self-worth, lack of love, or painful issues from the past? Are there deep needs or “wants” in your life that are not met in this world? Consider the restoration of your soul in the healing and transforming presence of Jesus to meet the deepest needs in your life.
Almost everyone can recall hearing that “still, small voice”, or a strong inner prompting that maybe led to an important juncture or decision. Are you willing to believe that maybe it was the Lord who spoke to you in that moment? It is quite likely that the Lord has been speaking to you but you didn’t always realize it. I expect the true story in this blog about hearing and obeying God’s prompting will encourage you to pause and reflect on your life’s journey.
Our emotions function as indicators of our souls, pointing to our personal pain, inner conflicts, beliefs about God and much more. We need to listen to our souls as part of our healing and personal transformation. This is in stark contrast to psychiatric medication that typically numbs the soul, prevents lasting healing and undermines spiritual growth.