[Eph 4:31-32 NLT] 31 Get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, harsh words, and slander, as well as all types of evil behavior. 32 Instead, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God through Christ has forgiven you.
People end their lives either having become “better” or “bitter”. Many sadly will end their days filled with bitterness, unforgiveness, and anger.
Today many people are already living in that frame of mind in which they focus on how others have hurt them, abused them. been unfair, and filled with righteous rage towards people who have harmed them.
How can we avoid this state of soul? When people hurt and abuse us wrongly, then how can we not feel bitterness. Especially if these people hurt us repeatedly.
Dr. Norman Wise will provide tools to use to escape from the emotional prison of bitterness. There is a way of escape if we know how to take it.
This will be a ZOOM event and will have a question and answer time at about mid-point in the seminar and at the end. So plan to bring your questions on bitterness so Dr. Wise can attempt to answer your particular questions.
Living Water is daily helping to heal hearts and homes for HIM!
During this pandemic we are meeting with people in person (with masks and social distancing) and by remote methods so that people can get counseling with leaving their homes.
We have for the last five months during this “Virus Crisis” met provided over 3,000 hours of help to people on a donation basis.
We have helped the depressed gain hope
Encouraged the suicidal to choose life
Marriage find resolution rather than divorce
Given tools to people needing to communicate better
Help those suffering anxiety attacks to avoid panid
Shared the gospel to people who did not seem to know Jesus as Lord and Savior
Given addicts tools to become free of their “vice of choice”
Helped people learn how to handle their tempers
Because 90% of these meetings took place remotely due to the “Virus Crisis” the amount of donations has been far less than normal and many of our regular donors have not been able to give because they are unemployed.
We have kept all our counselors employed and so our ministry has continued and even increased during this “Virus Crisis. However, our income has decreased.
So first pray for us! We have had to make a lot of changes over the last five months. If you are able to send in a gift of any amount it would be helpful.