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Episode 58 – Exchanging Abusive Faith for True and Simple Faith

by | Mar 18, 2020 | Healing from Spiritual Abuse, Learn with Natalie, The Flying Free Podcast | 2 comments

Healing your faith after abuse is a long and painful process, but it’s vital for true healing. In this episode you’ll learn steps to help you heal your relationship with God. You’ll also discover two errors that survivors often make during healing.

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2 Comments

  1. Kerry

    Exactly.
    This is exactly how I see things too.
    It is the extreme overwhelming love God has for us that awakens us to move and change.
    He wants to reflect His characteristics through us.He wants to give us clarity.
    Particularly for me the people pleasing ones.
    To build strength to see the lies and deceit.
    I have never once doubted Gods love for me,through all my trauma and pain.
    A deep deep well of knowing how much HE loves me has made the discovery of needing to remove many abusive (including unchristianlike judgemental “Churchy People”) in my life possible and necessary.

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  2. Debby

    I would like seconds, please. I’m still so hungry…

    Thank you for this!!

    Reply

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