3 Responses to Intrusive Thoughts and Religious Obsessions

How do we respond to these intrusive thoughts that create so much disturbance within us about our salvation, our standing with God and our sense of peace? How can we respond in a fruitful way that will actually help me overcome?

Many get stuck in their obsessions because they compulsively argue, research, debate, ruminate, seek reassurance or perform some kind of ritual to feel better. Yet they find it actually makes these obsessions grow.

The nature of intrusive thoughts in OCD is they bring a lot of anxiety, guilt, shame and accusation to our character and our standing. Today I want to share with you three approaches that have dramatically helped my OCD healing journey.

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