In today’s episode, I will address the 4th key door point that can allow enemy access into our thinking. It is one that many are not aware of, it has to do with brokenness in your heart. I will also be taking some questions today on food issues and fear issues in relationships.
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Q&A Segment: Food Issues and Relationship Fears
Missy Gordon (Glastonbury, CT):
Does binging/over-eating (for comfort, pleasure, to escape etc.) come from a spirit or is it something passed down? If inherited, is it something that needs to be worked through on a spiritual level? Or should we treat these things like a disease that we ask God for healing for rather than something we work through with Him from day to day? (Same would go for drinking, pornography, etc.)
What is working behind generational fear of covenant? Why do people not want to get married, but instead just live with each other?
“Enemy Access Point No. 4 – A Broken Spirit Who Broke Your Heart?”
In today’s feature presentation I want to speak to your heart and talk about something everyone needs to address. This has to do with your hearts condition. So let me stop you in your life and ask, “How’s your heart doing?”
Proverbs 25:28 (KJV)
He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls.
Proverbs 15:13 (KJV)
A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance: but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken.
Proverbs 18:14 (NKJV)
The spirit of a man will sustain him in sickness, But who can bear a broken spirit?
Proverbs 17:22 (KJV)
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine [cure]: but a broken spirit dries the bones.
Drying of the Bones = in the bones lies the production of red blood cells and the white blood cells of the immune system.
Question to ask yourself: who broke your heart?
What is a broken heart?
Broken Heart: Where someone should have or could have loved you but did not, leaving a void of hurt and emptiness. This gives the enemy room to torment you.
Many people do not realize or care to admit they have a broken heart.
Common Wounds of A Broken Heart:
1. Father Wound
2. Mother Wound
3. Relationship Wound
4. Dream Wound
Article Recommendations: (search “broken heart” on web site)
Heartbreak hurts people physically, too (ARTICLE – USA Today)
What To Do About A Broken Heart:
1. Admit that Its There.
2. Begin to Address God about Your Spiritual Heart Condition
3. Process through forgiving those who should have loved you, but didn’t.
4. Begin to receive love . . .
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