By T. D. Jakes
T. D. Jakes walks with you thru the confusing seasons of existence in case you think persecuted and in discomfort. His extraordinary reflections will deliver energy in your spirit and emotional liberty.
Hope for each second offers day-by-day concept from a guy who stocks his own struggles to assist these determined for the Lord's comforting touch.
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Extra info for Hope for Every Moment: 365 Inspirational Thoughts for Every Day of the Year
Although we don’t want to be controlled by feelings, we must have access to our emotions. We need to allow ourselves the pleasure and pain of life. Emotional pain is to the spirit what physical pain is to the body. Pain warns us that something is out of order and may require attention. Pain warns us that something in our body is not healed. When pain fills our heart, we know that we have an area where healing or restoration is needed. We dare not ignore these signals, and neither dare we let them control us.
Paul battled to bring into submission the hidden things in his life that could bring destruction. Perhaps they were putrid thoughts, or vain imaginations, or pride; but whatever they were, he declared war on them if they resisted change. He says, in essence, that as he waits for the change, he keeps his body in chains, beating back the forces of evil. This is the struggle of the same man who wrote the majority of the New Testament! With a testimony like this, I pay very little attention to those among us who feel obligated to impress us with the ludicrous idea that they have already attained what is meant to be a lifelong pursuit.
Are we, the Body of Christ, hiding beneath a loincloth that has stifled our testimony and blocked our ability to be transparent, even with one another? We have not been allowed to share our struggles as well as our successes. Beneath the loincloth of human expectation and excessive demands, many men and women are bleeding to death! 32 DAY 29 For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was ion all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.
Hope for Every Moment: 365 Inspirational Thoughts for Every Day of the Year by T. D. Jakes