Don’t Let Church Hurt turn you into a Spiritual Abortionist

If you throw the baby out with the bathwater, you’re not any better than the abortionist.

Don’t let your frustration with abusive or false churches cause you to forsake fellowship and godly order.

Anybody can see the problem but can you birth out and then build up the solution? #housetohouse #houseofprayer

3 Different Types of Church Hurt

The Most High has used me to heal, mend, deliver, and set free a number of people that have experienced #churchhurt.
Nothing that I say or do is meant to trivialize the attacks of a wolf-pack on one of God’s precious lambs.
I speak in a spirit of healing, correction, and repentance.
Sometimes the Shepherd can hurt you too, with His Shepherd’s rod getting you back into the flock.
Sometimes the Surgeon can cut you, but the Surgeon’s sharp tool is cutting something harmful out of you.
That’s 3 DIFFERENT types of #ChurchHurt:
– The Wolf hurts you for his own gain.
– The Shepherd hurts you to get you back into righteousness and godly fellowship.
– The Surgeon hurts you to cut a harmful cancer out of your body.
BE WISE ENOUGH to discern between the good hurt and the bad hurt!

Burnt Out, Church Hurt

Overvolunteered… Overworked… Burnt out… then Shut out? :: Find a Restful Flock

When you’ve been burned by “church hurt” it’s not time to leave God’s presence or allow satan to isolate you and get you depressed… it’s now time to find “rest” in a true Restful Flock of believers that follow the Chief Shepherd.

If you walk in Godly character and forgiveness, God will use “church hurt” to call you closer into His presence and elevate you in your responsibility to His Body.

The devil feels threatened by what God put inside you, so he then threatens you and tries to get you separated and depressed. Don’t fall for satan’s lies.

SoS 1:6 Look not upon me, because I am black, because the sun hath looked upon me: my mother’s children were angry with me; they made me the keeper of the vineyards; but mine own vineyard have I not kept. 7 Tell me, O thou whom my soul loveth, where thou feedest, where thou makest thy flock to rest at noon: for why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?