For all too many people, childhood is not an idyllic time;
is a time to face unimaginable fears,
resulting from horrific abuse.
But God's Word reveals, the wounds of childhood
not only heal,
they can lead to the loving grace of wisdom,
and a heartfelt desire to help others achieve wholeness, too.
Refusing to let go of long-standing
regrets or grief is like trying to water
my garden with a hose that has huge holes in it.
Only a tiny trickle of water can come through.
Sometimes I am not aware that I still harbor energy-draining regrets - sometimes I am.
Admitting to past or present events that pull on my attention
and energy is an important step toward freeing my and moving on.
Day 2 Identify where energy leaks are coming from so I can reclaim my full energy.
Ask myself: “What incidents from the past still come to mind from time to time and make me feel angry, resentful, or unhappy?
Do I feel like a victim?
Do I secretly blame myself for contributing to someone’s harmful behavior or allowing them to act out and hurt me or others?”
I must seek God for the renewing of my mind.
I must see my life as God sees it.
This will release me & Give me joy.