We are all broken, each of us wounded and scarred in our own way. The possibilities for why are endless: poor self-esteem, self-importance, unhealthy distrust of people, paralyzed by fearful and anxious emotions, hypersensitive to negative cues, prickly and “always ready” to defend yourself, caring too much about what people think or not caring enough, feeling the need to always be in control, not respecting boundaries, past abuse, neglect, abandonment issues, attachment problems, sinful desires or behaviors, and other ongoing hurts and struggles.
Join Patrick Morley for a summary look at how the world, the flesh, and the devil create such brokenness, and how the Holy Spirit will heal and transform you. Join us! It’s going to be a great day!
Verses in this lesson: Ephesians 4:11-16, Luke 11:11-13
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