I saw what you did Part two

I was thinking about what I posted yesterday, and it just made me think about how I used to be before I met Jesus. Have to say some of my attitudes took a little longer to transform to Him than others. I am still a work in progress for sure.

I have had trauma, and I have had addictions, and I have made bad choices. For the longest time, I would tell people that I was a recovering sex addict, to the point that I was proud of it in a sick way. You know, look at me? I would go as far as to change the conversation back to me because I was selfish

Now, this statement that I’m going to make is my opinion because I lived it myself so it was my reality.

If you feel that you have to tell somebody about your trauma. Your wound, your divorced spouse, a death in the family (I have experienced all of these) within the first encounter of meeting that person or persons. Then, I would submit to you that your identity is in your trauma and not in Jesus.

Let Jesus heal the broken places.

Is your trauma or wound an idol?

Time to get free!

Ask the Holy Spirit right now. Is your trauma an idol?

Acts 20:24 (ESV) 24 But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God.

2 Cor 5.17 Now, in the light of your co-inclusion in his death and resurrection, whoever you thought you were before, in Christ, you are a brand new person! The old ways of seeing yourself and everyone else are over. Acquaint yourself with the new!

4 thoughts on “I saw what you did Part two

      1. God blessed me with a full ride presidential scholarship to Criswell college in Dallas, and that’s amazing; I am in my second semester here. I am still in a season with this fungal infection causing me uncomfortability. It’s eating the bones around my hip replacement, so I might be losing my leg at the hip unless God steps in. I am seeing what’s going to happen. I trust God, and if I have to get my leg taken off, I know that our Father will use it to bring glory to His kingdom. Can’t have a miracle unless there is room and a reason : )

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      2. Hey Robert
        Yeah on the scholarship! sorry to hear about what is going on with your hip Jehovah Rapha! I sent an email to your group on Quest. Might send this out to them!

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