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Empowered with the promise of God's presence and the reality of God's presence, Jacob journeyed to the east and found his mother's family. He encountered them in a most ordinary circumstance that was reminiscent of his mother and father discovering each other at a well. But upon discovering the family, Jacob responds with great joy and relief. It is a reminder to us that the difficulties and uncertainties of the Christian life are experienced precisely because it is carried on through the ordinary circumstances of life, and that God is present in such circumstances.
Throughout the history of God's people there are a number of very close calls--situations in which events take just a slight turn and that turn reveals how close the events came to having an outcome other than the one they had. Scripture reveals that we can get very close to being in God's kingdom and yet still miss it. None of this contradicts God's sovereignty. It reveals how very careful we ought to be with our lives. Esau’s conversation with his father Isaac helps us see that we need to be careful about our purposes and plans, careful to look at ourselves, and careful about our Lord’s purpose and plans.
Pastor Andy and Tonja Greer team up to speak about the root of rejection. Tonja chronicles many of the experiences in her childhood that led to a root of bitterness and rejection and how that effected her into adulthood. She also talks how she was able to identify these emotional strongholds and how you, too, can identify them, and what to do to get free.
In a continuation of the previous teaching, this is an important treatment of a subject not talked enough about in church: emotional damage. This teaching lists several ways to identify if you are suffering from emotional scars, and what to do about it. The teaching spends considerable time on low self esteem and developing one's self worth from God's perspective of you.
Emotional pain can cripple us if we don't deal with it. Patti Anderson, Family Life’s counselor joins She Says in a discussion about "hurts of the heart."