Wounded by God's People: Discovering How God's Love Heals Our Hearts

Wounded by God's People: Discovering How God's Love Heals Our Hearts

Anne Graham Lotz


Tucked into Abraham’s biography is the tale of Hagar, a tender Egyptian slave with whom Abraham had a son named Ishmael.  Hagar stood out simply because she was once wounded―not bodily, yet in ways in which have been as emotionally and spiritually painful as any harm to a physique will be. a few wounds have been provoked through her personal undesirable habit, yet others have been inflicted by means of those that thought of themselves God’s people.

 

Anne Graham Lotz too has been wounded through God’s humans. a few wounds were deeper than others, a few have pop out of nowhere, and nonetheless others were provoked by means of her personal habit, yet all the wounds were deeply painful. They appeared to damage much more whilst the wounders wrapped their habit in a semblance of faith or piety.

 

As Hagar’s tale unfolds, you'll find that wounded humans usually develop into wounders themselves. whereas Anne identifies with the wounded, the disagreeable fact is that she additionally identifies with the wounders, simply because she has been one, too.  She is aware from event that wounding is a cycle that should be broken.  And by means of God’s grace, it will possibly be.

 

Many have had comparable studies. and maybe you're between those that were so deeply harm that you've got stressed God’s imperfect individuals with God. perhaps you have got even run clear of God as a result.  or maybe you've been a wounder to the level that you're dwelling in a self-imposed exile, believing you're unworthy to be restored to a hot, loving courting with God or with God’s humans. no matter what your hurts might be, Wounded by means of God’s People allows you to start a therapeutic journey―one that allows you to reclaim the enjoyment of God’s presence and the entire benefits God has for you.

 

God loves the wounded.  And the wounders.

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