Blooming Hearts Pt. I

“They come to God because they know He is The Only One that can heal them.”

Before we can fulfill the plan of God for our lives, we need a change of heart.

 

This month I have taken the time to create a series entitled: “Blooming Hearts: Reflections on Vulnerability with The Lord” I have been currently walking through this, so I found teaching you all would us both understand what it truly means to be vulnerable and open with God, and how we can find healing in His Word. 

 

 

Be sure to tune in the rest of this month as we walk through why it is important for us to be open, vulnerable and real with The Lord.

And why truth in our hearts, toward Him, is essential in deepening our relationship with Him pivotal in our hearts being

  • Set free
  • Transformed and
  • Made whole

Preparing us for the grand future The Lord has in store for us.

Remember,

To everything, there is a season,

A time for every purpose under the heaven.

We will be changed, healed, set free and delivered as we share what is on our hearts with God–by being vulnerable and honest with The Lord during this season of change. Amen.

 

REFLECT
What promise in the Bible do you hold on to when you feel distant from God?

Share your reflections, prayer requests, comments, or concerns by leaving your reflections down below or Contact me via email!

 

I can’t wait to hear from you,

Love,

Amarachi

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Blooming Hearts Pt. I

  1. For me, it is Joshua 1:9, Be strong and of a good courage. Be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed. For the Lord thy God is with you wherever you go. I tested this one night in Madrid, Spain. I was alone, adn the bus that took me to flamenco dancing did not take me back to the hotel. He pointed the way to walk. It was 1:00 in the morning, and after an hour or so, I was started to panic. I stopped, bowed my head, and prayed to God that just as he was with Joshua, I believed he was with me. I said also that I did not know where the hotel was, but He did. After a moment or two, peace descended in my spirit, and I felt in my spirit to turn 180 degrees. I did, and three blocks away I saw a light, and I followed the light. The light was from a candy store one an half blocks from my hotel that I planned to buy candy for my children. So, I knew how to get to the hotel then. So, my faith is built on God’s fulfilling His promises. Regina.

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    • Powerful. So powerful. I love that. Our faith is in his Promises to us–not only to our forefathers. But for us too. Thank you again Regina for sharing your reflections of The Lord to us here. He is so Faithful to us. And so good.♥

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