Rest in God’s Promises

Declare God’s Truth. Heal Your Heart.

Imperfect people can wound our hearts. We can unknowingly be placed in circumstances or make choices that hurt our souls. But there is always freedom when we glorify God and align our hearts with his. When we begin to shift our perspective and set our minds on things above, God’s promises come into focus as they rest on the horizon of our lives.

They shine like a beacon of light in the dark seas of our wounded souls. Those dark seas can roar when we’ve experienced the pain of hurtful words that have been spoken over us.

There is hope and a promise that we will overcome! God’s perfect love is eternal and will fill us with new wine when we open our minds and hearts to his healing words. Those deep, rough waters in our souls begin to calm. Just as Jesus has the power to calm the storm around us, he also has the authority to calm the storm within us.

We Glorify God When We Believe the Calming Words of Jesus

“The disciples went and woke him up, shouting, ‘Lord, save us! We’re going to drown!’ Jesus responded, ‘Why are you afraid? You have so little faith!’ Then he got up and rebuked the wind and waves, and suddenly there was great calm. The disciples were amazed. ‘Who is this man?’ they asked. ‘Even the winds and waves obey him!'” -Matthew 8:25-27

Confidence Comes When You Glorify God

If you’ve been torn down by the words of others, believing God’s word can be a challenge.

  • How can I know God hears my cry? “But in my distress I cried out to the Lord; yes, I prayed to my God for help. He heard me from his sanctuary; my cry to him reached his ears.” – Psalm 18:6
  • How can I be certain that God will restore, redeem, and rebuild what seems to be broken within me? “Instead of shame and dishonor, you will enjoy a double share of honor. You will possess a double portion of prosperity in your land, and everlasting joy will be yours.” – Isaiah 61:7

Treasured One, aligning your heart with the Word and choosing to glorify God is not always an easy habit to create. You need a daily reference of restoration to remind you of the nourishment that he continually provides.

The Problem We All Face When We Want to Glorify God

Imagine this: You enter a situation at work, or with a family member, that stirs up hurts from your past. You feel the pain and understand that it can be overcome with God’s Word, yet you are caught off guard by it. You don’t have a real way to process how you feel in the moment or cut off the lie from where the pain started.

This makes you feel trapped, as if you have no choice but to surrender to the pain. The enemy of your soul wants you to believe you can’t access the spiritual gift of self-control or walk in victory. Satan wants you to react to the past pain rather than respond in ways that would glorify God.

You wonder if you will ever be able to overcome the patterns of your past and align your heart with Jesus’.

Treasured One, we say no more! You shouldn’t have to feel trapped by the enemy’s lies and hurts from your past, because God has words that he has selected to speak to your heart in times such as these- no matter what stage or season you are in.

He wants to meet you right where you are. To do that, let’s ask the Holy Spirit to reveal to us the lies that have been spoken to us by imperfect people and through broken circumstances. Then we can pray God’s promises that specifically heal those broken places.

The Hope That Comes from God’s Glory

At Treasured Ministries, we understand the pain that wounding words from the past can cause. They fight to shape the path God has for each of our futures. We’ve helped hundreds of women connect to God’s Word in ways that heal their wounds and restore their paths so they can live in freedom and with purpose.

Because we’ve seen women everywhere talk with wounded souls and feel trapped by the patterns of the past, we’ve created an easy-access PDF guide designed to help you walk through the process of…

  • Understanding that broken circumstances and people can shape our beliefs
  • Breaking free from the lie that others direct our paths
  • Reaffirming that God’s Word is the solid rock of truth we can stand on.

It’s time that we find lasting, real, and true nourishment for our hearts so that we can glorify God in all we do!

“Abraham never wavered in believing God’s promise. In fact, his faith grew stronger, and in this he brought glory to God.” – Romans 4:20

Here’s How to Align Your Heart for His Glory

Step 1. Download My Heart for His Glory. This quick-access PDF starts by opening your heart and mind to the reality of imperfect people and circumstances in your life. It guides you through steps and Bible verses to release those people and circumstances from their hold on you and to receive God’s truth.

“My health may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my heart; he is mine forever.” – Psalm 73:26

Step 2. Use My Heart for His Glory to realign your heart with God’s when past soul hurts invade your thoughts. This PDF is designed for you to have an easy reference that you can access anytime you feel hurtful words of your past try to open wounds that have been healed by Jesus.

“Create in me a clean heart, O God. Renew a loyal spirit within me.” – Psalm 51:10

Step 3. Begin to experience true rest as you come under God’s cover and promises. As you begin to change your perspective, God will transform your mind and heart so that you call upon his peace, which surpasses all understanding.

“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” – Romans 12:2

The enemy of our souls has held us captive by the pains of the past long enough. Let’s move forward and align our hearts for God’s glory so that we may live the lives we were created to live in freedom as his Bride…

  • With confidence.
  • With bold faith.
  • With brave hearts.
  • With rebuilt dreams.

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