The Good Fight

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The good fight… you become who are what you wrestle with. The one who is in you is wrestling with who we hold onto when dealing with external things. It is a fight between self and true self. For example,… We decide to focus on the person who hurt us, and we wrestle with the image of them in our hearts on what to do with them. We toss and turn in the painful wound winding and wrapping ourselves with what that person did to us and how we should deal with them. The world says release. The church says to give it to God. What then do we do if they do it again and again? Or what do we do if the memories of that wound are ripped open and recalled by an event, touch, sight, taste, or smell. We then find ourselves in a fight with this…

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Published by Richard T Hicks

Christian Freelance writer and blogger with a passion to lift Jesus high!!

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