Protectors don’t do a good job, but I feel like I need them to be ok. I need to give those areas over to God to protect me.
Know His love is complete, and that my value is complete in Him and His shed blood on the cross.
When I begin to know the fulness of His love, and I don’t need to protect and perform, it breaks down to the place of His love and trusting what He says. That’s where healing begins, and I grow in knowing His voice.
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“He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 147
Each person has experiences in their lives, probably beginning in childhood or even the womb, where pieces of the heart get broken. This can happen when we seek to be protected/provided for and depend on ourselves or others, rather than depending on the only true Protector and Provider, the One True God. When this happens, our heart becomes fragmented or broken, and we begin acting in ways God did not design a whole heart to act. These protectors come in many forms such as performance, anger or control. As we grow up, things happen that trigger those protectors and God’s still small voice is often difficult to hear. We may have racing thoughts that get in the way. Our hope begins to be anchored in people, places or things.
One Whole Heart Inner Healing assists individuals in addressing those areas with God as our guide. Abba Father leads us into those protected areas so He can come close and bring healing. The goal is to allow His Presence to heal the broken hearted and teach individuals to continue asking God, when offenses or hurts come in, where they need to forgive, repent and trust in Him alone, rather than the things of this world. Our hope lies in Jesus Christ alone. We desire for every person to complete his or her One Whole Heart sessions with the ability to walk through this without our assistance, relying fully on The Lord.
"Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God." - - Colossians 3:16