#046: Why Does Transformation seem to Take So Long? Part 1 [Podcast]

In today’s episode, we talk about why it seems transformation takes longer than we anticipate or expect. My wife Melissa and I delve deeper into the contributing factors that we don’t realize when it comes to seeing change, healing, freedom and over transformation take place.

Included in this episode are the following factors:

1. We live from just our minds and not our hearts.

2. We fail to see the pioneer work involved with changing.

3. Your biggest battles are often the ones that run in your family.

4. We have no grid to understand and fight spiritual resistance.

Mark references the book The War of Art by Steven Pressfield.

Question: Which factor hit home the most after listening to this episode? 

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Mark DeJesus has been equipping people in a full time capacity since 1995, serving in various roles, including, teaching people of all ages, communicating through music, authoring books, leading and mentoring. Mark's deepest love is his family; his wife Melissa, son Maximus and daughter Abigail. Mark is a teacher, author and mentor who uses many communication mediums, including the written word, a weekly radio podcast show and videos. His deepest call involves equipping people to live as overcomers. Through understanding inside out transformation, Mark's message involves getting to the root of issues that contribute to the breakdown of our relationships, our health and our day to day peace. He is passionately reaching his world with a transforming message of love, healing and freedom. Out of their own personal renewal, Mark and Melissa founded Turning Hearts Ministries, a ministry dedicated to inside out transformation. Mark also founded Transformed You, a communication platform for Mark’s teachings, writing and broadcasts that are designed to encourage people in their journey of transformation. Mark and Melissa currently live in Connecticut.

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  • jim1965

    Mark and Melissa,

    Excellent stuff as always. Just a point of clarification and perhaps an opportunity for your commentary?

    I think sometimes we get discouraged with the concept of transformation because we forget that we are not supposed to minister to the old man in a sense and heal him. Jesus didn’t die on the cross to heal the old man, but rather he succeeded in killing the old man. And our task is not to heal that which was executed at the cross, but to draw from the new man and the new creation which we have become.

    So rather than get discouraged about occasionally living in the old mindset, we have simply forgotten that we have already been completely transformed the new creation in Christ we are. Our task then is too renew our minds to the point where we quickly identify when we are drawing from the old man and our past experiences, and by the empowering of the Holy Spirit cast down that thinking and choose to respond to life situations from the Spirit of Christ who dwells in us and in His image we have been recreated. In other words we must continually remind ourselves of our new identity and position until living from that mindset becomes our habit and life principle.

    This to me seems to be A matter of Revelation we sometimes take knowledge of but often forget

    God bless and keep up the great work.

    • Hi Jim! Appreciate the thoughts and feedback brother. Transformation is certainly an amazing journey, and one that we can gain so much as we go from glory to glory. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.