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Have you ever heard the phrase: time heals all wounds? I think almost everyone has. In this episode Tisha talks about why she doesn't believe that and how it's what you do in time that acutally matters. Key Points: Time can give you a false sense of feeling better. It's what you do in that period of time to heal. Why it's important to check in with yourself. Quotable: "If you've been listening to me a while, you have heard me say that I like triggers because they're an invitation for me to look within it's, an invitation for me to look at something that is not healed and something that's still wounded." Connect with Tisha: Tisha on Instagram @mindsetslayer - instagram.com/mindsetslayer Visit her website at healalignglo.com Seeing with Your Soul on Instagram: instagram.com/seeingwithyoursoul This episode is produced by: Resilient Voice Media
You owe it to yourself to do this… It's easy to get caught up in focusing on how much something will cost you. “Ugh that so expensive” “I don't want to spend that right now.” “What if it doesn't work?” This is a natural human fear response…and what does FEAR stand for > False Evidence Appearing Real Anytime we allow fear to make our choices for us, we end up paying a big price. One of my private clients said to me on our application call that she “didn't know if she could afford to work with me right now.” My initial thought is always a slightly annoyed, “ummmm ok, then why did you apply to work with me?” Then I quickly remember that her fear is running the show right now, just as mine does when I go to invest in my business in a major way. So I asked her, “What is your plan to get to where you want to be in your business if you don't hire me to show you how?” I asked this question to move her into the logical side of her brain, and out of the emotional fight, flight or freeze response. Her reply, “I have no plan, which is why I applied…I'm just scared, this is huge for me, but I know I need to do it.” The wisdom that comes from being an entrepreneur for almost 15 years and coaching well over 150-thousand people worldwide, is I know how the human brain works, and what to do to help you get out of your own way. Oh and this client (you know who you are), is now making over a million dollars a year as a relationship healing coach, while helping thousands of people. Imagine if I had never asked her that question, and just let her get off the call holding on to all that fear nonsense in her mind. You owe it to yourself to assess how much it will cost you to stay in the exact same place you at now in 2 months-6 months-another year??! End of summer applications are now officially open to my famous 2-month Private Business Coaching program. Click here to apply * I only take 6 clients at a time You can apply here: Private Coaching Application Now if you want a collective container of guidance and support for 6 months, then I suggest you apply for my new ProjectME 6-Month Mastermind Experience before it's completely full. > We start in September > Accepting a max of 15 beautiful humans Click here for details+testimonials+apply THE NEW 6-Month ProjectME Mastermind Experience: CLICK AND APPLY HERE This new Special Money Mindset podcast series is designed to help you navigate your money blocks, while shifting you into a relaxed energetic state of abundance. To go along with it, I've created a gift for you!!! My Summer Abundance Walk: Guided Meditation Series In under an hour a week, you'll be able to manifest more money into your life. Guaranteed to blow you away!! Click here to get it for FREE!! https://projectmewithtiffany.com/summerabundance Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money? A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram @projectme_with_tiffany on Facebook @projectmewithtiffany and watch her TV episodes on ProjectME TV with Tiffany Carter on YouTube. Subscribe to Tiffany's FREE weekly digest, The Secret Posse, and get exclusive content you won't find anywhere else: millionaire mindset exercises, custom weekly abundance affirmations, and her best money making tips.
Board-certified family physician Naz Wahab, MD, and her team at Wound Care Experts offer a progressive and integrative approach to medicine at their practice in Las Vegas, Nevada. Board-certified family physician Naz Wahab, MD, and her team at Wound Care Experts offer a progressive and integrative approach to medicine at their practice in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Naz Wahab is a Board-certified physician and a Fellow of the American Professional Wound Care Association who has practiced in Southern Nevada since 2003. After completion of her residency training, she established her family medicine practice in Las Vegas. During this time, she encountered and treated countless patients. This gave her a sense of the gaps in patient care in our community.She joins us today, sharing the following wound management tips with the general public and the advanced wound care solutions like ActiGraft that are currently available.● Wash your wound. When you first sustain an injury, clean it with anti-bacterial soap and water right away to remove dirt and other debris. Use a soft cloth to clean around the wound and avoid placing soap directly in the wound.● Keep a clean dressing on your wound. Dressings prevent germs and other bacteria from infecting your wound, as well as prevent further injury. Because fluids that drain from a wound can damage the healthy skin around it, it's important to change dressings regularly.● Eat healthily. Having a healthy, appropriate diet gives your immune system the energy it needs to heal efficiently and properly. Leafy green vegetables, eggs, salmon and nuts are rich in protein, which helps wounds heal faster.● Don't get wet. If your wound is on a lower extremity, keep it free from water in the shower or bath as water can cause the skin to soften and reopen the wound. Use waterproof covers or an elevated shower chair to help keep moisture out of the wound.● Consult a doctor. If a wound does not heal in four to six weeks, contact your primary care physician and let them know the progress, or lack thereof, of your wound's condition. Additional treatments may be needed if a wound continues to fester.
About Today's GuestUmar Latif, MD is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology with board certification in General Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry, and Addiction Medicine. He was selected as a George W. Bush Institute Scholar as part of the 2021 Stand-To Veteran Leadership program in service of improving veteran outcomes.Dr. Latif currently serves as the National Medical Director of Help for Heroes, a multisite specialty program he helped design as co-founder, to meet the clinical needs of active-duty service members, veterans and first responders who are dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues. He also works as the Medical Director of Carrollton Springs Hospital and has a private practice at The Noesis Clinic: an adult and geriatric outpatient private practice that specializes in early detection of Alzheimer's dementia and TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation).For a decade prior to this, Dr. Latif co-founded and served as the Medical Director of Freedom Care at UBH Denton, which he helped develop. Under his leadership, this program grew into a multi-location inpatient psychiatry program specializing in PTSD and dual diagnosis treatment for active duty military members and veterans referred from 120 plus national & international installations.His other professional roles in the past have included the position of Medical Director of the Telepsychiatry program at Dallas VA Medical Center, and faculty appointment as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center.Dr. Latif completed his residency training at Wayne State University in Michigan and postgraduate fellowship training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. He also earned a certificate in “Executive Healthcare Leadership” from Cornell University. Links Mentioned In This EpisodeHelp for Heroes ProgramPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course Barriers to Treatment. In this course, you will learn how differences in military culture affect mental health and how to help service members or veterans overcome barriers to seeking treatment. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/barriers-to-treatment This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
In this episode of Words on Wounds, Dr Dan Berlowitz discusses the six studies he selected to highlight in his article, “The 2021 Update on Pressure Injuries: A Review of the Literature” which appears in the August issue of Advances in Skin & Wound Care. Because he excluded Advances articles from his review, he also describes his favorite pressure injury article that was published in Advances in Skin & Wound Care last year.
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The patriarchy is killing men. And yet, men continue to uphold this broken system. Jeremie Lotemo explains that this allegiance has been socialized from a young age. Fathers teach their sons how to dismiss their mothers. Sports initiates kids into a culture of dominance. There is no space for kindness and warmth. To be respected, men have to reject their emotions. Not only do they feel disconnected from their emotions, but men also feel cut off from the Great Mother. As a result, they don't know how to take responsibility for their feelings. They have been taught to pay their emotions no mind, since the world will adjust anyway. This ends up isolating men from themselves, the people they love, and the feminine. Jeremie urges men to intentionally connect with Mother Earth. They'll soon realize that the Divine Mother has always been present. When you gain a better understanding of the infinite nature of the feminine, you become more open and unafraid to explore depths. Being in touch with the feminine allows men to fully embody their masculine power. The way men relate to themselves and others is transformed. Jeremie is a poet, a writer, and a transformation coach from Atlanta. He helps his clients live from their deepest core by integrating their deepest shadows. Previously, he worked as an account manager and graphic designer in advertising. He also hosts his own podcast called Gates of Perception. What we discuss: 02:15 - Jeremie's upbringing and connection to the feminine 09:49 - As a privileged male and an oppressed minority 14:47 - Inner father cultivation 22:13 - The patriarchy is killing men 33:27 - Challenging men to be better 38:46 - Disconnection from the Great Mother 49:55 - Integrity in intimate relationships 1:04:16 - Inadequacy in the face of the feminine 1:11:13 - Confidence is power 1:14:32 - Lauren's most intense initiation 1:19:27 - What's the message of the Divine Mother to us? Learn more from Jeremie: Website: byermeas.com Instagram: @byermeas
With special guest: Richard Glover…in conversation with Bill Kable and Ken Thompson Our guest today is famous. Richard Glover is the host of the top rating Drive show on 702 ABC Sydney, and the weekly podcast of Thank God It’s Friday. He is the author of twelve books including the bestseller In Bed with Jocasta. His new book Flesh Wounds is in a similar humorous vein but the big difference this time is that it is the real story of his unusual, to say the least, upbringing. Podcast (mp3)
Elise Knox is a former middle school teacher turned life and wellness coach. Mama to 2 and step-mom to 1, her passion is helping moms and preteen/teen girls get through challenging times with more connection and ease.Elise is a Certified Trauma-Informed Life Coach. She knows that if we do not heal our own wounds, we bring them into our parenting as a means of protection.You're gonna love our conversation today!What you will learn:How do our parental wounds as children affect the way we parent our kids? The purpose of asking ourselves "why is this so triggering for me?"What happens with our relationship with our teens when we are constantly looking for the negative. Challenges of being in a step-family and relating to step-kids.How noticing where we want to control things with our children can help us have better reactions to our teens. Getting comfortable saying sorry to our teens.Admitting to our kids when we don't know the answer to something.What questions to ask your teens instead of giving advice.Fallback questions or statements to respond to your that gives you time to compose yourself.Changing our role from fixer to listener.The burden moms put on themselves around guilt and how it sucks our joy.
About Today's GuestElisa V. Borah, MSW, PhD is a research associate professor at the Steve Hicks School of Social Work, and Director of the Institute for Military and Veteran Family Wellness, a joint initiative of the Dell Medical School Department of Health Social Work and the Steve Hicks School of Social Work.Dr. Borah conducts research to identify, implement, and evaluate treatments, programming and community supports for military members, veterans, spouses and their families. Current research efforts include assessing the value of structured peer support for military spouses to improve their quality of life, access resources and increase social support. She also studies self-care practices among military spouses and how best to support their transition needs after military life. Dr. Borah's current research includes development of methods to engage concerned significant others in veteran suicide prevention practices and research as well as delivery of education and training to community-based organizations in suicide prevention. Dr. Borah founded and directs the Veteran Spouse Network (VSN), originally launched through an Engagement Award from the Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI). The VSN is designed to build and support communities of veteran spouses and to provide peer support programming with trained peers. Dr. Borah chairs the Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference at The University of Texas at Austin. She previously served as director of research at the Ft. Hood site of the STRONG STAR PTSD Research Consortium, a Department of Defense-funded research consortium at UT Health San Antonio.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeInstitute for Military and Veteran Family Wellness,Veteran Spouse NetworkMilitary Social Work & Behavioral Health ConferencePsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course Making Connections and Networking. This is one of the things that Dr. Borah and her group are doing, establishing connections between military and veteran spouses. Regardless of your military background or previous work experience, this course can help service members, Veterans, and their families learn how to network in their new communities. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/Making-Connections-and-Networking This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
"Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful parts of us!" David Riche On this episode I chat about the gift that wounds, trials and tests are in our lives. Would you like to experience healing in a group setting that offers support with Meditation, Gratitude and Tapping to release stress. Visit https://www.patreon.com/TajuanaHill The Coaching Corner gives you 3 things you can do to begin the process of being authentically YOU! https://linktr.ee/Tajuanahill Follow me on Instagram, Pinterest and Tiktok and you will get a ton of extra content, kindness and laughs! Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/.../what-the-quote/id1524694048 Subscribe to my YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCnP5p6lite-DWvbnmJvSKbw Follow me @Tajuanahill and @wtq.podcast on all social media. What the Quote Podcast uses Quotes to create Kind Humans. What is a Kind Human? A Kind Human: Speaks kindness, shows kindness and stimulates kindness in others! I'll share some of my favorite quotes and interview some of my favorite Kind Humans about theirs. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In Bosnia and Herzegovina a dispute over a proposed new elections law has led to protests and concerns about the stability of the country. For more than 25 years since the Bosnian War ended in 1995 the country has been governed through a complex federal system intended to strike a balance between the three main ethnic groups: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. Many Bosnian Croats, however, now want changes that would, they say, give them better representation.Alix Kroeger speaks to Gerald Knaus, the chairman of the European Stability Initiative, a think tank focusing on south-eastern Europe and the enlargement of the European Union. He's been researching the two big European peace agreements of the 1990s: the Dayton Peace Accords in Bosnia and the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland. They discussed the parallels between the two, the role of the international community in Bosnia and the lessons for the war in Ukraine.Further reading:Jeremy Cliffe on Bosnia and the weakness of the West. Alix on the echoes of Bosnia in Ukraine.Ivan Krastev and Mark Leonard on the end of peace in Europe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#315. Follow Dominick on Instagram: @DominickQ Join the Great Man Mastermind: https://www.dominickq.com/masterminds/the-digital-mastermind Join the Facebook Group for Men: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheGreatManWithin __________________________ I see so many men working on themselves, trying so hard to get that thing they want out of life – finding their purpose, starting their own business, learning to love their body, finding romantic love – and routinely falling short of getting what they desire. It's rarely due to a lack of trying. It's certainly not due to a lack of thinking. It's due to lack of awareness of the wounds they've endured much earlier in life that caused a shut down of essential parts of their inner world. Think of it as trying to drive cross country when every major freeway and interstate is barricaded. Its really hard to get where you're trying to go. In this episode, we're going to be exploring 3 common masculine wounds that serve as the barricades to you getting where you want to go. And by exploring them, and ultimately removing them, you'll be in the fast lane to your destination. The 3 Common Masculine Wounds: Your emotions weren't welcome Your differences weren't accepted You were taught to abandon your inner compass
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All of us have some kind of wounding when it comes to the ways we were raised. Whether you had overtly neglectful or abusive parents, or parents who had the best of intentions but still passed on unhealthy habits, the wounds we receive impact us and the way we parent our own kids. Christina Fox shares how the way we were parented distorts our image of God, but how correcting that image can help us see more clearly who God truly is as our perfect parent. She also discusses the difference between punishment and discipline, and details how understanding the way God coaches us can help us to set more effective standards with our own kids. Learn more at ChristinaFox.com Purchase PlusONE Parents' devotional, Safe Haven: A Devotional for the Abused & Abandoned What's Your Stress Style? Take the Quiz Join PlusONE Parents on Facebook and Instagram, and check out the Beloved Collective private Facebook group. Discover more at PlusONEParents.org RECOMMENDED EPISODES E127- Making the Most of Imperfect Habits to Intentionally Connect with Your Kids' Hearts with Justin Whitmel Earley E123- Anger & Acting Out: Parenting Strategies for a Difficult Defiant Child with Kimball Lewis
Are you ready to go on a journey to heal a wounded part of you? Together we will meet the Black Madonna. Her essence is incredibly loving, and she accepts every single part of us, even the ones we reject. Join me on a healing adventure so you can return to wholeness.
About Today's GuestShannon Razsadin is an active duty Navy spouse, mom, and the executive director of the Military Family Advisory Network (MFAN). Shannon's leadership, authenticity, fresh approach, and focus on collaboration have set MFAN apart as an organization focused on making an impact and as a trusted conduit to military families globally.Under Shannon's leadership, MFAN has become a premier, respected nonprofit leader in a crowded and sometimes confusing network of military and veteran service organizations.Shannon and the organization's advisory board have deep relationships and experience with community, state, and federal leaders; national nonprofit and for-profit organizations; and community service providers. She was recently selected through a competitive process to serve as one of the three civilian advisors to the Secretary of Defense on the Military Family Readiness Council. She is regularly called on by national and local media to weigh in on military-related topics, including CBS, CNN, and FOX.Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Merrimack College, as well as a Masters in Higher Education/Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeMilitary Family Advisory Network Web SiteMilitary Family Food Insecurity CoalitionMilitary Family Financial Readiness CoalitionMilitary Housing Round TablePsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course 15 Reasons to Hire a Military Spouse. Employers are looking for untapped talent pools. One talent pool that can be overlooked is the diverse and highly educated group of military spouses. Take this course to learn the top 15 Reasons to Hire a Military Spouse. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/15-Reasons-to-Hire-a-Military-Spouse This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
In the summer, your feet are exposed to the elements more often which is especially concerning for those with diabetes, neuropathy, and Peripheral Artery Disease (P.A.D.), which is poor circulation due to plaque build-up in the arteries. Podiatrist Dr. David Alper joins hosts Kym McNicholas and Dr. John Phillips to talk about how to prevent common foot problems and complications. An important part of today's discussion was about how lack of circulation can put patients at-risk of more severe complications during the summer especially. Wounds don't heal as quickly and easily without proper blood flow. So, if you have diabetes or P.A.D., it's important to have a vascular specialist and podiatrist team up to help both on the inside of your arteries and outside of your foot. Dr. Anthony Pozun, an Interventional Cardiologist with Modern Vascular in the Phoenix area of Arizona, was listening to the show and called in to drive home that point. He added that tools and techniques for restoring blood flow have advanced to the point where some physicians know how to carefully navigate clear into the small vessels in the foot to help clear a path if necessary for even more flow to heal wounds faster, especially in diabetics who tend to have more vascular issues in their lower extremities. Patients wrote in many questions during today's broadcast as well about choosing appropriate shoes and proper toe nail care. Dr. Alper emphasized that flip flops are not the most supportive choice for the feet especially because they force you to grip the shoe with your big toe and second toe, which can lead to bunions and hammer toe problems. That can also pose a problem for those with neuropathy who might not feel a friction wound brewing between the two toes. Dr. Alper suggested that summer footwear should have at least a band around the heel so the foot remains secure and supported without effort. And if you do a lot of walking or running, that sneakers should be replaced every six months to ensure the best support for exercise programs. As for toe nail care, he discussed the importance of learning from a podiatrist how to cut your toe nails properly and to shy away from nail salons if you have diabetes, neuropathy, and/or P.A.D. One of the most important points Dr. Alper raises about avoiding summer foot problems is the use of sunscreen. He said that some of the most frequent visits to his clinic during the summer were by those with second degree burns or worse, not just on the top of their feet, but also the bottom. The latter of course is due to forgoing shoes on hot pavement. Also in this episode, you don't want to miss our Save My Piggies segment where a patient, Sheryl and her Vascular Surgeon in Oklahoma City, Dr. Bernardino Rocha, share an inspiring story of how a second opinion made the difference between life and limb. She found Dr. Rocha through nonprofit advocacy organization The Way To My Heart after she spent months in a wheelchair with no hope of ever walking again. Her primary care physician had misdiagnosed her symptoms of leg pain and cramps as gout and when medicine didn't help it, he offered her muscle relaxers and told her to drink plenty of fluid to relieve the cramps in her foot and calf. It wasn't until she went to a podiatrist for an unrelated issue that he discovered signs of a circulatory problem. Further testing uncovered she had Peripheral Artery Disease, restricted blood flow in the leg arteries due to plaque build-up. That is what was causing all the leg cramps. She thought the proper diagnosis would lead her to an easy solution, but her vascular surgeon told her that the only thing he could do was an extensive bypass that he didn't think would last very long and amputation was in her future. The Way To My Heart sent her to Dr. Rocha for a second opinion and he was able to easily clear the artery blockages using minimally invasive tools and techniques. After the angiogram procedure she felt immediate pain relief and was able to get out of the wheelchair, with a regular walking regimen each day whether on pavement or in the pool. Make sure to listen to today's broadcast!
Message for 07/24/2022 "The Necessity of Awareness" by Justin McTeer. *All verses are NLT unless otherwise noted* You only change what you understand. What you do not understand and are not aware of, you repress. You don't change. But when you understand it, it changes. - Anthony de Mello 2 Corinthians 13:5a - Examine yourselves to see if your faith is genuine. Test yourselves. Proverbs 27:6 - Wounds from a sincere friend are better than many kisses from an enemy. Psalm 139:13 NIV - For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. Ephesians 6:11-12 - Put on all of God's armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil. 12 For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places. 1 Samuel 17:28 NASB - Now Eliab his oldest brother heard him when he spoke to the men; and Eliab's anger burned against David and he said, “Why is it that you have come down? And with whom have you left those few sheep in the wilderness? I myself know your insolence and the wickedness of your heart… 2 Kings 6:15-17 - When the servant of the man of God got up early the next morning and went outside, there were troops, horses, and chariots everywhere. “Oh, sir, what will we do now?” the young man cried to Elisha. 16 “Don't be afraid!” Elisha told him. “For there are more on our side than on theirs!” 17 Then Elisha prayed, “O Lord, open his eyes and let him see!” The Lord opened the young man's eyes, and when he looked up, he saw that the hillside around Elisha was filled with horses and chariots of fire. Psalm 139:1-8 - O Lord, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. 2 You know when I sit down or stand up. You know my thoughts even when I'm far away. 3 You see me when I travel and when I rest at home. You know everything I do. 4 You know what I am going to say even before I say it, Lord. 5 You go before me and follow me. You place your hand of blessing on my head. 6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for me, too great for me to understand! 7 I can never escape from your Spirit! I can never get away from your presence! 8 If I go up to heaven, you are there. If I go down to the grave, you are there.
Out Here Growing Up (OHGU)! Dealing with Festering Wounds! We've all had disagreements with a fellow brother/sister that was hard to bounce back from. God gives us clear instructions on how to handle them. Join Di-Vahyn as she covers scripture addressing emotional wounds that go unaddressed. Scriptures: Matthew 18:15-35; Luke 17: 1, 3-4; Philippians 1:10 References: Dictionary.com VeryWellHealth.com Where to find us: Facebook: @EdifyingQweens Twitter: EdifyingQ Instagram: @edifyingqweens Email: EQLovesJesus@gmail.com
*This encore presentation originally aired on July 07, 2022 Every family is hurting, and the wounds that come from our relatives can be deeper than all others--but there is hope. Rob Rienow teaches reconciliation is at the heart of the gospel--reconciliation with God and one another, through his book Healing Family Relationships