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Destroying Your Heart.

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A happy heart is good medicine and a joyful mind causes healing, But a broken spirit dries up the bones. Proverbs 17:22 Holy Bible Amplified Version

Instead of being broken hearted when someone does me wrong I call Jehovah to heal me. He always blessed me with peace and love. It does not matter what another has done to me or said about me when I call upon my Beloved He always answers me with love and peace.

Yes they are forgiven because that is part of the healing process.

It is a well known medical fact that those that hold on to grudges and hurt have it causing them medical problems like ulcers and heart problems.

“Forgiveness doesn’t excuse their behavior. Forgiveness prevents their behavior from destroying your heart.”Unknown

Then, yes I have the right, which I exercise, to pass judgment upon the perpetrators. Not because I want revenge but in the process of the punishment they will repent and we can be reconciled both in our relationship and in theirs with Jehovah.

If they refuse to repent the Lords hand will be heavy upon them until they reach the point of no return and are destroyed because of their arrogance and meanness of heart.

Therefore [the crushing weight of] his disaster will come suddenly upon him; Instantly he will be broken, and there will be no healing or remedy [because he has no heart for God]. Proverbs 6:15 Holy Bible Amplified Version

Prayer: Please YAHWEH-Ropheka (God our healer) heal me from any anger, bitterness or hatred towards any who have wronged me so that I may continue to grow in our Divinely loving relationship. For those who have unfairly wronged me place Your hand heavy upon them and let them know this is because they need to reconcile and repent. I humbly ask this in the name of He who forgave those who nailed Him to a cross Jesus Christ. Amen

May the gentle assurance of Jesus’ sweet love encompass you today and every day.

Author: ropheka

As Christ is our King, so too are we His free will servants Joseph a son of Jehovah I have been a faithful servant of our Lord for the past forty years. He has led me to move from the farm to the city. It was there I learned natural medicine as well as to serve by doin volunteer work in a hospital. This was preparing me for the next stage of growth and service unto Him. The next phase was to live in a tent in the western provinces of Canada planting trees. It has here in His marvelous creation of nature that He taught me so much of Himself while serving others in camp as a first aid attendant. If anybody got sick or injured they always came to me. As well, I learned to be a big brother and care about their mental health and for most, it was the first time they were ever loved. This caring for others prepared me for the next step which was to be a teacher all over China. Here not only did my example guide many to our Heavenly King but also taught me how to deal with narcissist. This prepared me to come home to take care of a narcissistic mother while dealing with narcissist family members. It was in China that the Lord also guided me to become a Christian writer which has been faithfully done for the past ten years. I know not what will happen tomorrow but I know who holds tomorrow in His hands and it is Him I place my total confidence and trust in. Joseph a son of Jehovah

14 thoughts on “Destroying Your Heart.

  1. Thank you for this important reminder. So difficult at times to walk this into practice. Sometimes I have to pray honestly and say I know I’m supposed to forgive but I’m not feeling it yet. And when i do I’m amazed at how my heart will change. Putting people out of your thoughts is not forgiving them. Peace

  2. Wow. God has been dealing with me on this very thing recently.

    Great post.

    I’m conflicted on referencing this, but taken from The Wizard of Oz, “For twenty-three years I’ve been dying to tell you what I thought of you! And now. .. well, being a Christian woman, I can’t say it!”

    That’s real life. ha

  3. Great post! So true, ropheka! Today, a lot of us are suffering from the overlooked sickness of unforgiveness! Great job!!

  4. Ropheka, thank you for this post (and for the spiritual encouragement you give me by liking many of my blog posts). This particular post touches me deeply because for so many people, forgiveness of others is seen as weakness instead of strength. I believe our culture confuses forgiveness with lack of punishment, which is not always the case. Whether we have an opportunity to forgive others, or to forgive ourselves, I believe Jesus taught us to forgive out of love for us because it is an essential step in our healing process and our ability to move on. Your post reminded me of that. God bless.

  5. Calling on Jehovah and practicing forgiveness for healing — powerful way to live but indeed feels unnatural at times. May the Lord fill ours hearts with his spirit. Thank you for the encouragement

  6. Thanks for being a friend; you are greatly appreciated. Please have a good day.

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