#166: Addressing the Culture of Sexual Assault & Harassment

What’s Behind It and How Do We Heal

Sexual Assault

This week’s episode is one where are going to be raw and vulnerable to address a subject that is on the front burner in our country right now. It has to do with the sexual interactions that harm the lives of people and also get hidden under the rug. We’ve titled this episode “the culture […]

This video will encourage you to upgrade your perspective from living as a spiritual slave and into sonship, especially when it comes to loving difficult people. It’s easy to love those who love us back. It’s an entirely different thing to love those are hate us, curse us or even abuse us.

It’s important to have boundaries with people that are toxic, but we are called to upgrade our posture in how we see these people. These three responses can literally change how you maneuver through the most difficult relationships.

Based on Matthew 5:43-47

“Do You Know How to Love?”
by Mark DeJesus

Do You Know How to Love?

Do you really know how to love? What about when relationships get tough and those you are connected to make love difficult? Do we actually know how to love in a deeper dimension when love gets challenging?

Jesus is asking the church, “Do you really know how to love?”

This message is a call for us to love in a greater dimension than we ever have before. Otherwise, relationships will become more divided, offense will rise, while betrayal and hatred will abound. In this atmosphere, deception will increase and love will grow cold. To prevent this, we must learn to love in a more powerful dimension.

You will learn what happens when love gets compromised, conditional and contaminated.

God is calling us to upgrade our programming in how we respond to those who hate us.

Will you allow God to upgrade the level of love that you operate with?

Scriptures References:

  • Matthew 24:9-14
  • 1 John 2:15-17
  • Matthew 5:43-48
  • 1 John 3:10-15
  • 1 John 3:18
  • Luke 22:14-34

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Heart, Detached Heart

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War Over Healthy Relationships

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When People Love You More than You Love Yourself

Relationship Sabotage, Self-Rejection

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