THE HEART OF MAN (full movie)

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Why do we lust? Is porn the escape or the dungeon? Hope is real…
(Sadly interrupted with 15 seconds ads… but a fascinating look at the heart of a wounded child growing into an adult).
 
“The Heart of Man is a cinematic retelling of the parable of the Prodigal Son, intertwined with contemporary and poignant true testimonies of personal and sexual brokenness.
 
These two genres are combined as never before to reveal the compassionate heart of God the father for his sons and daughters illuminating an age-old truth: Shame is not a barrier to God’s love, but a bridge to absolute transformation, victory, freedom and hope.”

 

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A Difficult Path

UPHEAVAL: Not to break you down, but to break you open…

QUOTE: “We can decide to build our life on God’s goodness, to hold fast to the truth that He is a good, good Father. I’ve come to believe that when God asks us to allow Him to break something open inside, it’s always so that He can plant something. He uproots places of pain, fear, anger, self-protection, etc., so that He can plant life.

If you’ve been feeling that disorder, that agitation, it’s not to shame you . . . it’s to heal you.

The upheaval is not to break you down; it’s to break you open.

It’s His persistent loving intention for you that moves Him to keep knocking on that specific door of your heart. The question is . . . will you let His light shine into that place?

He beckons us to be people who are brave with our lives. We must realize that in pursuing His bravery, ‘convenient’ isn’t really a word that’s going to get us where we want to go.

Convenience rarely leads to faith.”

Read full article:
https://www.prepurposed.net/2017/11/30/a-difficult-path/