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  • Solitude and a spiritual connection are the most important steps to understanding and conquering depression. Some of circumstances can’t be changed, but a renewal in our minds is necessary to overcome depression.

    Spiritual Healing For Depression

    Spiritual Healing For Depression

    by Tracy Kocsis2

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  • Self-Love, Inner-Child Wounding, Emotional Wellbeing, Self-Awareness, Childhood Trauma, Codependency, Path to recovery

    Run Towards Yourself

    Run Towards Yourself

    by Expressions Of Nohi0

  • In the Book of Numbers, the Israelites traveled only when the cloud moved by day and the pillar of fire moved by night. It was God guiding them through the wilderness.

    When Your Cloud Doesn't Move

    When Your Cloud Doesn't Move

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • Stop feeling guilty about living under a rock and do something about it. Besides, it's not like people don't know you're utterly clueless. Come out into the sunshine!

    How to Stop Living Under a Rock

    How to Stop Living Under a Rock

    by FlourishAnyway56

  • We do not find happiness in the world, we find it within us and then we offer it to the world.

    I Want to Make God Smile

    I Want to Make God Smile

    by Ioannis Arvanitis10

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  • Although prayer suggests two-way communication with God, pray-ers usually concentrate on what to say without giving any thought to listening. This story illustrates the benefit of a listening prayer.

    The Listening (Stop Talking) Aspect of Prayer

    The Listening (Stop Talking) Aspect of Prayer

    by Dora Weithers50

  • We all mess up in various ways, and the guilt and shame can be devastating. Here's how the Bible says we can recover from our mess-ups, and get back on track in our lives.

    How to Get Back Up When You’ve Messed Up

    How to Get Back Up When You’ve Messed Up

    by Ronald E Franklin27

  • Everyone goes through difficult situations from time to time. Those times could be very stressful. However, here are seven ways to help anyone get through those things they thought they couldn't get through.

    7 Ways to Get Through Difficult Situations

    7 Ways to Get Through Difficult Situations

    by Margaret Minnicks1

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