Let this day brings forth the dawning of new beginnings of new things, our Lord has in store for each and everyone of us. Release us from the bondages of the past, set us free in Jesus Name. Touch and Heal us Lord – breathe Your life into us. Fill us with Your peace in the midst of troubled waters, no more defeated but victorious in Christ. May our hearts’ desire to follow You all the days of our lives.
Many of us are unable to see Abba Father for who He really is, as often times our relationship with God is influenced by the relationship we have had with our earthly father. When we have issues with our earthly father it can easily be transfer to the new relationship we have with Heavenly Father. If there are unresolved issues relating to earthly fathers with hidden core pains it can easily spills over into many areas of our lives – in families, marriages, careers, ministries and even our walk with God – hindering a life of intimacy and love. When our basic emotional needs are not met during childhood, we are unable to develop healthy relationships with God or other people during adulthood. Each child is different and experiences different languages of love – for example, one child may crave physical touch of hugs and kisses whereas another child in quality time spend playing with them. For a child to thrive they need an atmosphere of unconditional love and acceptance in order to be emotionally secured. The need for praise and affirmation is helpful in preparing them for life. If they live under constant criticisms it will adversely affect their self-esteem and worth. Unfortunately earthly fathers are imperfect and unable to meet these needs. These “father flaws” are ingrained in the children’s hearts with its hidden lies, wound, pain, and disappointments.
Far too often we have taken it for granted since it’s accessible to us, until we faces water shortages due to a dry season. Continue reading
What seeds do I sow in my (heart) garden?
Is it plants/flowers?
Are there sprouting of weeds?
How do I protect it from insects and animals that may destroy what I have planted?
What does my flowers and plants feed on?