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Transitions can be taxing emotionally as well as financially. Transitions are hard. But when we remove the stigma and shame from perpetual transitions, we find peace in the midst.
When I am tempted to feel shame for an empty nest, I remember that my significance is not in a role. An empty nest does not mean an empty heart.
When provision looks different than we thought it would, our heart can lead us to despair, disillusionment, and shame.
When we are tempted to say, “I know I should be grateful, but…”, we can insert “but God”. Gratitude is not true gratitude when it is obligatory.
Christ's view of shame reveals that we can be set free from shame, too. “For the joy set before him, he endured the Cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.” —Hebrews 12:2 Christ's View of Shame: The shame of sin As a new...
What we own does not define us, whether we are rich or poor. But still we can think our worth or lack of worth comes from that place.
Removing Shame from Broken Family Relationships
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