IMPORTANT NOTE: Last week I published a blog entitled, “Retrieving Hidden Memories.” It’s crucial that you read that blog before proceeding further with the below, part #2. (To read CLICK HERE.)
For years I have taught through our Do What Jesus Did® deliverance teams, and now our International School of Exorcism®, the importance of digging deeply into the pain of one’s past. Perhaps you’ve heard some of the phrases I’ve coined to emphasis this:
- Go to the point of the pain.
- To heal, you must reveal.
- Get your stuff before your stuff gets you.
As the blog last week pointed out, there is now scientific, neurological evidence that the ministry of Inner Healing is vital for spiritual health. “Neuroscience News” recently reported that a crucial key to maintaining sound mental health is “returning the brain to the same state of consciousness as when the memory was encoded.” If that memory was the result of physical, sexual, or spiritual abusive, and it remains unprocessed, it can lead to various forms of mental breakdown. In our School of Exorcism, we teach how to accomplish this “returning the brain” in a spiritually therapeutic way that brings Christ into the context of past abuse. “Neuroscience News” points out that two amino acids, glutamate and GABA, must be kept in equilibrium. If imbalanced, the mind can become aroused or sleepy, alert or sedated — even delusional. It turns out that these receptors actually encode memories of a fear-inducing event and then store them away, hidden from consciousness.
If you, or someone you know, has experienced traumatic pain in the past, please get help. Find a clinician who works in this area of mental health or a caring pastor/priest who can begin the listening process. Call my office to arrange a computer Skype session; meet with me at our Center for Spiritual Freedom in Phoenix; or get to a city on my seminar schedule for a one-on-one Personal Spiritual Encounter. DO SOMETHING to address hidden hurt and past emotional pain and receive Inner Healing from Jesus.
An encouraging word: GOD SEES THE HEART
In my personal Bible studies, I’ve been lately reviewing the Old Testament. Right now I’m in First Samuel. I was reminded again of that classic passage when the Lord chose David as the future king of Israel. Lest the prophet Samuel choose the wrong man, the Lord told him, “Do not look at his appearance . . . the Lord looks at the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7). That’s what God sees when he looks at you. You can’t dress up your sins with outward displays of spirituality. You can’t overcome your moral inconsistencies with a phony exterior. You may trick people for a while, but the Lord will never be fooled.
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