Why is change so hard?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 8 Comments

Have you ever really wanted to change?

It made so much sense.

You knew it would make your life better.

It was clearly the right thing to do.

But then…..

Nothing happened.

Why does that keep happening to most of us?

Click on the video and find out.

To live a transformed life you need to change your beliefs by emptying your baggage.

Now I want to hear from you

How have you been able to change your beliefs and behaviors? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Change is hard

Change is hard when you look like this

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Comments 8

  1. Even though I have been going through your s10 seps to freedom and have gained a lot of good -knowledge”. I am still stuck in negative, critical behaviours. I know what I should do but I guess I don’t think it will work for me.

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  3. i HAVE NEVER HEARD IT PUT JUST LIKE THAT. IT IS SO CLEAR. NOW I CAN SEE WHY SOME CHRISTIANS NEVER CHANGE BECAUSE THEIR BELEFS ARE KEEPING THEM STUCK. THIS IS AWESOME TRUTH. PRAISE GOD.

  4. Amen Cynthia..and you know what? They think those of us who receive christian counseling to get rid of emotional baggage, so we can be free to do God’s will,they think we’re crazy..I cant tell you how many years I sat in church under good, anointed, faith-filled teachings and there was little or no transformation in my life.It’s only because of the Holy Spirit’s leading to get some christian counseling that I have been coming to terms with my past and dealing with the dysfunction that nearly killed me, literally..Thanks Dr Grant..it’s people like you who are helping us to get the masks off, so we can stop being phonies in the church, pretending week after week that we’re okay, when we’re really bleeding on the inside..It’s time for us in the Body of Christ to be transparent so that we can see others transformed also..God’s richest blessings to all.

  5. Grant thank you for all your understanding and how you approach the subject on changing and being transformed. Every morning I yeild to The Holy Spirit my tongue and my mind and ask Him to reveal to me anything I have done or said something I should not have, and I do believe He is helping me. I also surrender everything to God. Sometimes if Chris and I have a disagreement I know I have to deal with it and say sorry even though I may not be totally to blame and that helps to restore our relationship but it is not always easy. As I have been spending more time with my husband Chris I have found our relationship is improving. So I believe by yeilding myself to the Holy Spirit it has been helping me. I am looking at this from my point of view so I sincerely believe it is making a difference, I cannot change myself so I have to rely on God.

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