With insecurity, God never responds with criticism. He responds with a purpose to live for something beyond themselves.
Why do your emotions matter? We all respond to our emotions differently, some of us will dive deep into our emotions and that is the only thing that matters, while…
Pray about your lack of trust in God. What areas of your life are you unwilling to trust God with, and how has this affected your desire to pray? How has it affected your desire to read your Bible?
One of the most difficult aspects of walking with God is believing he will exert his power in and through our lives. We have an easier time believing in Harry Potter’s magic or the force in Star Wars than we do in the power of God.
We need “Deep Forgiveness” when we feel guilty after we have confessed our sin to God and, knowing God forgives us, confessed our sin to people so they can support us in our efforts to change.
“Deep Regret” is the memory we constantly replay, the emotions which never leave, and the one thing we are convinced has kept us from having the life we had dreamed of living. This regret is always painful, but when it is attached to spiritual failure (mistakes or sins), it can destroy our faith.
“Deep Spirituality” is a much better answer to my insecurities than ignorance. I hope you will join me on this journey toward “Deep Spirituality,” so that together we can set ourselves free from everything limiting our human potential.
Rather than condemning and distancing ourselves from Saul, we should study him with great empathy, understanding the inalterable truth that no matter how great our talent or resources, insecurity ignored will undermine us all.