All the experiences we went through have left their mark in one way or the other. Sometimes, for the best, but also sometimes for the worst, leaving us wounded in our soul. Jesus came to save us from eternal death and give us the abundant life in Him. When we accept Him as our Savior and make Him the Lord of our life, we receive the fulness of His life in us. Our spirit is now perfect, but we need to be restored to experience the fulness of the life of Jesus Christ. “For freedom did Christ set us free: stand fast therefore, and be not entangled again in a yoke of bondage.” Galatians 5:1

To walk in that liberty, we must be comforted and healed from the wounding of our soul.

Reading and studying the Word of God is the only way to renew our mind and develop the mind of Christ. But, often, even if we are fully committed in our walk with God and have a solid biblical foundation, there are wounds in our soul that will prevent us from receiving all the goodness of God. There is always something is one area or more that seems to hold back. We do not succeed as we should in our relationships, our work and we have a hard time prospering spiritually or financially or in some other way. We have the impression that some of God’s promises are not for us.

Receiving words of knowledge, prophecies, prayer and hearing marvelous anointed preachings are things of great value, but they do not meet the need of every human being to be heard and accepted in those things that wounded him.

Most of the people have been wounded in their early years of life through different sources that we will not describe here.

To grow spiritually and prosper it is necessary to acknowledge those wounds and recognize the need to be healed.

Jesus, himself, declared the passage of the Scriptures in Isaiah that prophesied what He came to do on earth: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor: He hath sent me to proclaim release to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.”  Luke 4:18-19

Jesus wants to heal those who have a broken heart. How do you think He is going to do that? Through God’s servants who want to see their brothers and sisters in Christ healed.

It is a process and everything is done confidentially.

As far as I can remember, I was not encouraged to share my feelings and my emotions. I learned in an early age to push down the pain of hurtful experiences. I studied Psychology and learned that it was important to recognize pain from bad experiences and share it to be able to grow into a mature person and have better chances to succeed. When I became a Christian, I started hearing brothers and sisters in Christ talking about pity and how bad it was for a Christian to dwell on the bad experiences of the past because we had been delivered from all the consequences when we were born again. When I wanted to talk about the pain that I still felt in my soul about the hurts of the past, I would receive a lecture about forgiveness and closing the door to that as fast as possible. Of course, we must forgive, but what about the victim? There was still someone hurt in the story. One day, in my living room, God brought back to my memory something that happened when I was 3 years old and I started to cry and telling myself at the same time to forget about that. But, God had another plan. I learned directly from Him the importance of being healed in our soul and that only Jesus can do that.

I was taught during that season, by the Holy Spirit, that when we are brought into God’s Kingdom, we did not leave our humanity at the door and that healing of the soul is one of the requirements for spiritual growth and true joy.

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