Seven Keys To Emotional Wholeness

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Emotions are a gift from God, who created each of us with a capacity to feel and to express our feelings to others. For this reason, we need to know how to express our emotions in healthy ways, learn how to cope with negative emotions, direct our emotions toward good outcomes, and give voice to our feelings in order to improve communications. In this study Dr. Charles Stanley reveals how, regardless of where we are on the spectrum of emotional growth—from denial to full expression—we can take the necessary steps that God wants us to take to have truth and lasting emotional health.

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Key 2: Saturate Yourself with Scripture

You need to saturate yourself with God’s opinion, and in the area of emotional health, that means saturating yourself with God’s opinion about you.
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Key 3: Secure God's Healing for Your Faults

God is merciful. He forgives, He heals, and He promises to enter and work in any area of your life that you open to Him.
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Key 4: Stop Bartering with God

Are you having difficulty accepting the mercy of God? Maybe you have never fully received His love.
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Key 5: Share Yourself with Others

The best cure for many emotional difficulties is to turn outward and start giving to others.
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Key 6: Stop Dwelling on Past Failures

Each time you dwell on your past failures, you are closing your heart and mind to the blessings that God has in store for you.
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Key 7: Ask the Holy Spirit for Help

The ministry of the Holy Spirit is to give you daily guidance and counsel, to help you walk in the ways of the Lord, and to make wise choices.
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