44. Forgiven

Aug 08, 2015

44. Forgiven

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An Outward Cry For Inner Healing: So intense can become the inner need…that it simply bursts forth as a cry for healing. Has this ever happened to you…could you share the outcome?

The Dark Flash Of The Flesh: We look for a positive example in this work but there are also negative ones that encourage more pain. Have you an example (no names please) of a dark flash causing pain?

Forgiveness: There are a long list of beneficial results that come from a “relationship” with Jesus Christ but none of them compare with the freedom that comes from being forgiven for a very clear understanding of all the pain we have inflicted on others.

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  1. Jean N Sozio Says: December 27, 2015 3:04 am

    Yes, like you I came to this place of kneeling, yelling, crying, and relinquishment in 1991 when the rug had been pulled out from under me in my marriage. In came a spiritual flashlight into my heart and what I saw for the first time was my own sin – my own dark flesh, my own responsibility and accountability. This was where I found humility to desire and receive forgiveness – and to make amends – and to forgive others. This was the point of the whole ordeal – to learn to forgive others and be accountable for myself to God alone. My marriage was restored and we both too were saved and baptized and lead on the most fantastic journey into the parallel world we live in which is truth and grace. We were 36 and 41. We have experienced so many miracles and joy and continue on today. You are a marvelous author. I am so grateful to have found this work while “surfing” to know about people I admire. For all the pain of your development, it was worth it, a very complex “recipe”, for the outcome of such a rich and wholesome product. Amen and God bless you richly with a continued abundance of grace and love. P.S. Upon my deliverance the Holy Spirit also implanted in me the gift of poetic writing – “speak to one another in psalms and hymns”. Alleluia.

  2. Jean N Sozio Says: December 27, 2015 3:11 am

    P.S. I love writing and teaching and have always wanted to write a non-fiction book but could not seem to get it organized or fleshed out to put down on paper. “Flash of Silver” says it all.

  3. Lynn Severance Says: March 31, 2016 11:46 pm

    An Outward Cry For Inner Healing: Yes. It was a post trauma scene that haunted me, along with the deep grief of loss. I was literally crying out the needs while writing them out to the Lord, seeking healing resolve. What happened when I had emptied the pain in its expression? The Lord took me back to the scene of the pain. I was still present where I had been writing and both were going on simultaneously. The person involved was also there whole and healed. What unfolded was shared dialogue of what had been happening (back in the original setting when there was no means of dialogue). What was even more amazing in this loving and healing encounter is that there were breaks in the scenes so I could write every word that was being shared.

    The Dark Flash of Flesh: I will only say that I’ve watched, in pain, some close to me walk into deep deceit. They refuse(d) loving counsel sinking more solidly into a mire that only God can reach. God continues his outreach but they have yet to open their eyes to accept the healing reach and respond.

    Forgiveness: Amen.

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