Greetings Everyone,

I would greatly appreciate it if y’all would take the time to visit my secondary blog at https://pastorbryankizer.wordpress.com/, and check out the first message of a brand new teaching series called “Healing For The Wounded Spirit”.  The Lord directed me to resurrect my secondary blog not long ago, and this is the first teaching series God has laid on my heart to do.  Instead of copying and pasting it to this blog I wanted to test out re-blogging it to see how that works.  So, please take some time to check it out, and while you’re there check out some of the other messages too. You can get to that message via Healing For The Wounded Spirit (Part 1).

Thank You & God Bless ~ Pastor B

2 thoughts on “Healing For The Wounded Spirit (Part 1)

  1. Thank you for sharing your struggles with me, and for letting me know that what I wrote resonated with you.

    The Wound Work that my marital counselor had me write out has radically changed my life because by writing it out God has been able to begin healing those wounds. Many of which I’ve carried for decades…and not even really known.

    Even the wound work I didn’t write without praying and asking the Holy Ghost to help me and it’s because of that I am not afraid to share things that most pastors are afraid to share. Because I’ve learned to live and write by a simple motto: Obey God and Trust Him with the results.

    Thank you again for reaching out to me, and for letting me know that God spoke to you through this message.

    I would like to wish you a Happy & Sade Thanksgiving! Wherever you gather and with whomever you gather I hope you have a fantastic time of celebration and fellowship with your loved ones.

    Thanks again & God Bless!
    Blessings & Grace ~ Pastor B

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  2. I just read Healing For the Wounded Spirit (Part 1). I really admire and appreciate your openness about the struggles that have gotten you down. Your willingness to share all this even though you’re a pastor (and therefore subject to higher scrutiny than most people) blows my mind. A lot of what you said in this post resonated with me. I’m a Christian, but I’ve been dealing with serious depression for the past few years. I know the sinister voice that gets into your head and whispers death. I know what it’s like to loathe yourself because you’re letting down everybody you love, but don’t know how to stop. I struggle to trust God, too. I’ve let him down so much. Moreover, I keep letting him down. I wonder what there is that I have a right to trust God for. I’m not tempted with porn; in my case I’m almost constantly fighting the desire to eat too much of all the wrong things that for some reason I expect to make me feel better. I have a hard time being dependable and I’ve frustrated several people because of it.
    I too am looking for a way out. I believe that there is a way out, even though I haven’t found it yet; and I believe it’s found in God. As for how any of this will work out, I have no idea. Anyway, this is just me being honest. I wouldn’t have said anything, but in your post you asked for comments if your message hit home – so here I am letting you know.

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