A WARNING from the authors & 5 QUESTIONS answered by the authors. Receive this as a warning. This forty-day journey cannot be taken lightly.
It is a challenging and often difficult process, but an incredibly fulfilling one. To take this dare requires a resolute mind and a steadfast determination.
It is not meant to be sampled or briefly tested, and those who quit early will forfeit the greatest benefits. If you will commit to a day at a time for forty days, the results could change your life and your marriage.
Consider it a dare, from others who have done it before you.
Hope, healing and the power of an open heart. The pain you feel today is the pain you can heal. It’s no secret that those who are closest to us can go to is the most profoundly. Reeling from the trail, we build walls around our hearts to protect us from the hard ache, yet these are the very walls that block us from seeing hope, receiving healing and feeling love.
While earning my undergrad I can remember taking more credits than I probably should have. When I'd open up my syllabi from the 6 or 7 classes I'd begin to feel myself get anxious. Then fearful, stupid, embarrassed, determined, angry, committed, eventually exhausted.
The house cleaning choice. When we make this fourth choice we become free from the hold our secrets had on us. We have the assurance that God has completely forgiven us, and we can move forward in our healing journey and our relationships.
You've wanted freedom from your hurts, hang-ups, and habits for a while now. In this episode you'll learn about Choice 3 from "C" in our "RECOVERY" acrostic:
Consciously choose to commit all my life and will to Christ's care and control. Matthew 5: "Happy are the meek".
New York Times Best-Selling author Max Lucado equips you to make the most of every day because "Every Day Deserves a Chance". Narrated by Jeff Hay
Introduction & Chapter 1:
We all know that into everyday shadows can come too. There are days when traffic snarls, airports close, friends forget, and spouses complain. Days full of deadlines, long lines, receding hairlines, luggage-losing airlines, nauseating pickup lines, wrinkle lines, unemployment lines, and those ever-elusive bottom lines.
This is the very first episode of "Do it Already!". Although a strange way to begin a podcast; I'll narrate, introductory remarks while conveying Paul's attitude and tone in his letter to the Church of Ephesus.
Ends at Ephesians 2:3