The fact will always remain that I will never be who I was destined to be without receiving the vessels of my making—my parents.
All of us have a barrier set up by God, which He intends us to climb and overcome. It's a barrier to God which is perfectly crafted for our making.
Love of the world reaches deep into the heart of man, grasping to fix, redo, and gain something primal. Often it is fueled by unresolved parental issues.
Is it possible that the moral degradation of the human soul that is illustrated so vividly in Romans 1 directly impacts our bodies down to the genetic code?
Sure, we can do the work of separating from our parents (in part), but until we deal with the actual tie, which is our idolatry, we’ll still seek their love.
Blinded by the darkness, I walked around stabbing people left and right while believing myself to be a pitiably wounded creature in need of defense.
Many of our hurts are like an engram on our souls. Though we may recover our autonomy, the effects of some of these wounds may leave a permanent limp in our gait.
I'd like to explore how we are affected when those who matter most deny us of what we think we need most of all.
Jesus made it possible for us to have our Perfect Father and to be His intimate child.
When it comes to parents, your soul may not be the only one in danger.
God may call you to confront your parents, or He may not.
"You have turned things around, as if the potter were the same as the clay."