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You Can't Begin the Healing Journey Until You Own Your Brokenness
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If you don't have a healthy view of who God is...
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Step Three Toward Healing: Receive God’s Love
God promises us in Jeremiah 31:3-4
“I have loved you with an everlasting love;
I have drawn you with loving-kindness,
I will build you up again, and you, will be rebuilt.
And in Zephaniah 3:17
The LORD your God is with you, He is mighty to save.
He will take great delight in you; He will quiet you with His love,
He will rejoice over you with singing.
If you don’t have a healthy view of who God is, you can’t have a healthy perception of who you are as His child. Our lack of knowledge of our Heavenly Father affects our emotional and mental health. If we have a faulty spiritual belief system we will short circuit our relationship with our Heavenly Father.
If we don’t have a healthy understanding of who God is, and who we are as His child we will not be able to trust the love of our Heavenly Father. We will limp from crisis to crisis wondering if God truly is good and if He really does care.

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The second step to emotional healing is, owning our brokenness. It is essential that we allow ourselves to feel the pain caused by the incident. If we are to heal, we need to acknowledge the affect the traumatic event had on us. The full destruction of the offense against us must be faced, felt and expressed before true healing can take place.
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