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Revisiting redemption


I’ve just read a few words from a couple of newsletters. I think it’s a good thing to look back on your thoughts, your pitfalls and accomplishments. It’s good to see times you’ve “been here before” for the sake of praising God for what He taught you through His comfort. 

It is good to know yourself,

better to know

God knows you better. 

Last week, I wrote about the lingering effects of trauma. I’m sharing here and adding hopefully hopeful words. It is good to remember how far God has brought you. It’s not so good to get wrapped up in thoughts of why things were allowed, had to happen to you. 

The enemy benefits when our former lives become obsessions instead of a reference of God’s restoration and mercy. 

“You’ve gone into my future to prepare the way, and in kindness you follow behind me to spare me from the harm of my past. You have laid your hand on me!”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭139:5‬ ‭TPT‬‬

Here’s the link to the blog post that revisited trauma and how it bogs you back down if you forget the love of your God who wonderfully created you. 

http://quietconfidence-artandword.blog/2021/04/15/trust-over-dread/

Writing about your past invites vulnerability, often second guessing your honesty. I still believe it is kingdom work to share, to revisit past fears to remind yourself of all the hope you know today. 

May it be the same for you. We are fearfully and wonderfully made. God knows us full well. 

Continue and believe.

LT

 





































 

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