Why It Is Difficult To Let Go And Love

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Today friend we are going to tackle four more characteristics of what Love is not and I have some more Bible verses we can pray to help us get rid of these nasty attributes when they pop up in our daily lives.  Click on the video to see my discussion with Author and Proverbs 31 Speaker, Amy Carroll.

Let me just tell you Satan had a little fun with us last night and we had a little technical difficulties, but as ALWAYS God conquers and the conversation happened!

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Well wasn’t Amy amazing! She mentioned the Four Steps Towards a Tender Heart and a Strong Voice.  Here is the link to Amy’s Blog for the steps to Listen, Feel, Do, Speak and so many other terrific resources.

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Don’t forget to comment on the blog or Facebook page to be entered to win the copy of Amy’s book, “Breaking Up with Perfect”.

 

I’ll see you again mid March!  Until then

Look Up, Let Go, Live Joy

 

8 thoughts on “Why It Is Difficult To Let Go And Love

  1. Marian Hindall

    It’s difficult to let go and love because we are human and selfish when it comes to putting others feelings first. We want to be heard, we want to be right and letting go of a hurt is something we’d rather cling to, keep it ours than to let it go and just love. I enjoyed the 4 steps Amy shared. I’m guilty of putting Speaking first.

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    1. Amen Marian! I totally get that wanting to be right. Another something I heard a few years ago that I have to remind myself of frequently is do I want to be right or happy? I’d rather be happy. Thanks for always dropping by and sharing, you are such a blessing.

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  2. Judi Breedlove

    Enjoyed the session with Amy. What a joyful, truthful woman for you to be connected with. I think we all could use the 4 point plan when angered. Thanks for the lesson.

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