By comparing emotions to to trees, Emotional Freedom: The Choices We Must Make offers an in-depth understanding of how they develop; this helps us to more easily recognize our emotions and to recognize how they are related to our thoughts and beliefs.
This first book of a series explains how our choices combine with God’s grace so that we can overcome habitual anger, resentment and revenge and grow the “fruit” of self-control, joy, and mercy. It It’s available in E-book, paperback, and hardcover formats.
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Designed for those who long for more than an intellectual relationship with God, it provides opportunities to interact with him through 48 devotional meditations.
Each devotional contains words of Scripture, poetry, art, my own journal meditations and space for readers to respond by writing in their own thoughts and prayers. It is designed for those who are new to journaling, as well as those who have been journaling for years.
The following poem, found on p. 28, is part of the devotional “Identifying My Heart Language.”
My clever heart does not tell
what it’s up to, in direct and
open ways. It draws a picture,
creates a dream, or writes a poem.
After awhile, when it feels safe,
it may give me some interpretation;
but even then, I can’t be sure
it’s spoken straightly.
How can I discern the content
of my heart? I need the help of
someone who is wiser and more
creative than I am!
I need someone who loves me
but is not dependent on me
for approval. God decodes for
me the mysteries of my heart.