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4 Secret Weapons to Destroy Bitterness

4 Secret Weapons to Destroy Bitterness

Did you know bitterness is a poison? Bitterness not only affects our emotions, but left untreated, the toxins produced by bitterness eventually seep into our body as well. Resentment can cause all kinds of physical ailments. In her book, Who Switched Off My Brain? Controlling Toxic Thoughts and Emotions, Dr. Caroline Leaf reports, “A massive body […]

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How Do You Heal From Past Hurts

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Recorded on Right to R.E.A.L. Love Radio podcast, the #1 Dating and Relationship podcast for Christians. Getting over past relationships can be extremely difficult. The memories. The songs you hear that trigger bursting emotions. The anxiety that erupts when you accidentally run into them. Or the dread when you know you have to see them. […]

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How to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

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I hate New Year’s resolutions. I start out with great intentions, but they rarely stick past the first few weeks. So several years ago I quit making resolutions. Instead, I began asking God for a New Year’s Revelation—a word directly from His heart to mine. A word that would empower me to new heights in […]

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From Captivity to Command

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My heart is burdened for friends who are going through tragedies, depression and divorce but it was a text from a dear friend with shocking news of a recent murder that had me crying out to God in prayer. At first, all I could manage to get out was, “Jesus… Jesus… Jesus… Jesus… Jesus.” Friend, […]

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Is Sex Before Marriage Wrong?

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In a culture where everyone else is doing it, is sex before marriage really wrong? So many couples are focused on what they can’t have, but God isn’t shaking his finger at you saying, “No you can’t have that.” Here’s is what He is really saying… In this Soul Fit message, as always, you can […]

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3 Ways to Defend Yourself Against Sarcasm

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Have you ever fallen prey to sarcastic people? Sarcasm is a powerful weapon, but often so well disguised that we don’t recognize it until we have battle wounds that need healing. Sarcastic people often minimize the effects of sarcasm by saying, “I was only joking,” or “Don’t be so sensitive.” Sarcasm may seem innocent, but […]

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