Roots Run Deep

Beyond the Pulpit

“You kissed my heart with forgiveness, in spite of all I’ve done. You’ve healed me inside and out from every disease.” (Ps. 103:3)

Hello Kindred Soul’s,

When it comes to forgiveness, our “Roots Run Deep.”

I recently came through a season with another that has caused me to dig into my hurt, “Anyone I have a conflict with becomes my greatest teacher. She/he has gotten under my skin and taken up rent space in my head.”*

The process of forgiveness comes in layers, in God’s time.

This morning, as I was reflecting on a scripture verse, a light bulb went off in my Spirit. I was lifted above the circumstances and found a measure of peace.

Next, I was directed to my book, “Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, Chapter 10, Forgive Us Our Tresspasses.”

God does the heavy lifting but we have to be willling to dig deep.

Scripture opens the door and sometimes we have to eat our own words to get clarification…

“Other seeds fell onto gravel with no topsoil and the seeds quickly sprouted since the soil had no depth. But when the days grew hot, the sprouts were scorched and withered because they had insufficient roots.” (Mk. 4)

Into the Garden

I am blessed to have Ginger growing in my garden. With the flower in bloom and a gentle wind blowing, the sweet scent spread permeates the air. What we cannot see lies beneath the soil; down into the roots, where the power of creation is at work.

“The moment Jesus touched her hand, she was healed.” (Mt. 8:15)

Connect with the Inner Ticker of Life

Tune into “Roots Run Deep” for the rest of today’s message. At the end of the podcast, I will be praying with you…

Keep in Touch: I Want to Hear From You!

*Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life

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