Freedom in ChristWritten by Super User
Hello everyone, I hope that you are about to have a great week. But even if you will face difficult challenges in the days ahead I want to encourage you that there is hope even in the midst of what you are going through.
Every day The Sanctuary team see amazing testimonies of lives changed through meaningful encounters with a God who cares. We see people who were in deep bondage to anxiety, fear, shame, guilt and anger set free and enjoying life free of their traumatic pasts.
And that’s not all.
In the past year we have seen desperate marriages which were on the brink of divorce restored and made whole and people struggling with drug and other addictions break free from these bondages.
People struggling with serious stress related disorders from Financial and work-related problems have found peace, strength and breakthrough and hearts broken from bereavement, including my own, have been loved back to life again.
So, I can confidently tell you that no matter what you are going through, Jesus really does care. When there is no one to turn to or when you have tried so many times to work through challenges only to be disappointed do not give up. Turn to the God who cares. He will never leave you or forsake you and you can make it through whatever life throws at you.
If you are facing a challenge today do not despair, turn to the God who cares; to the one who can help you no matter what you are going through or how hopeless you feel. The most powerful gift you have is the power to choose. You may feel like you do not have a choice, but that is untrue. Today you will make a choice to stay in your mindset, to see things through pain and discouragement or to hope for some way out.
If you choose to seek help then you can find a way through, you too can find that there are ways through what you face, please call or write to The Sanctuary Soul Care Centre or visit our website if you would like to talk to a counsellor.
Choose life and find your freedom in Christ.
God bless and stay free,
“Equipping the compassionate and setting the captives free.” - Isaiah 61: 1-4