Do you need to pull up roots?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 11 Comments

This week is about gardening

Kathy loves to play in the dirt.

Today she explains how to dig out roots that mess up your life.

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Now I want to hear from you

How has Jesus helped you pull up and heal roots from the past?  Just leave your comments in the box below.

Don't let those roots grab you!

Don’t let those roots grab you!

To live a transformed life you need to know how to spot and remove roots.

Our Will, A Testimony of Healing

You can hear Kathy’s testimony of how God pulled up her roots and healed her will. 

 


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Comments 11

  1. always enjoy hearing Kathy speak 🙂 Great to have the variety of different teaching styles from the both of you – God bless you to continue in this valuable ministry! Now, to soak in Holy Spirit and pull up some roots!

  2. This was a great visual on how roots really do grow deep and when you think they’re finally gone, another one sprouts. Thank you for the encouragement and reminding me that I do need to stay in the word to help me keep my garden weed/root free.

  3. Thank you Kathy for that teaching/sharing. I’ve been a Christian 29 years and I’m still learning how this all works!

  4. What a great insight into dealing with any problems: water with scripture and prayer first. It makes such perfect sense (and I weed after watering because it’s so much more successful, getting the roots). How often do we forget which order to tackle these things. Thank you for that fabulous parallel!

  5. Thanks Kathy , very timely and insightful. You are welcome back here to continue gardening both Spiritually and Physically.

  6. Thanks Kathy.
    I have worked hard over the years to dig up roots in my life. Sometimes I just wear myself out trying to do all alone.Thanks for reminding me to let God do the watering, by going to His word.
    Janet

  7. This is Brilliant Kathy!

    It’s a great reminder of how much God loves us & wants 2 help us pull those roots out. It’s much easier when God helps us than us trying 2 do it ourselves!

    There has been times when I have tried 2 do it myself. I would just get frustrated & angry & half the time not even knowing what I’m meant 2 be pull out!
    When I allow God 2 soak me in His wonderful presence, everything becomes so much clearer. He shows me what needs 2 go & we pull it out together.

    I so value His wonderful presence….

  8. I REALLY LIKED YOUR GARDENING TO HELP TEACH THIS WEEK’S LESSON. WHEN I GET THE ORDER RIGHT AND MY HEART RIGHT, THE LORD ASSISTS ME IN PULLING UP WEEDS AND ROOTS. GOT TO GET THEM ALL BUT IT HAS TAKEN SOME WORK AND TIME DOING IT . WATERED BY HIS WORD, SOAKING IN HIS PRESENCE PERMITS US TO GET THOSE ROOTS OUT TOGETHER.

  9. Praise the Lord, Kathy!

    About a month ago, around the same time that you did this video, the Lord impressed upon me that I needed to uncover the roots to my depressions and mood disorder. He indicated that not only was He to help me uncover these roots, but that I was to identify and label them so that these roots could be permanently cut and removed from my spiritual identity in Christ. And thus, the journey has begun. My faith in God as my creator, sustainer, and teacher has never been stronger and His word is a living truth in my life. I now engage in daily prayer, most of it quite spontaneously, especially as I am now aware of thoughts and memories that God wants me to take captive of and rebuke, or renounce, in the name of Jesus, my saviour. I praise the Lord for faithful warriors such as you and Grant. Your ministry and weekly blogs reach out and do make a difference. Thank you for being obedient to the Lord’s calling on your lives. I look forward to meeting you in person, one day. Sincerely, in God’s love, Mary-Margaret

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