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Please pray for deliverance from anger and hatefulness

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Since I became a Christian last year I believe God has helped me overcome depression and immorality but I still struggle with anger and hatefulness. Please pray to God asking him to relieve me from this negativity. Thank you!

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I will pray for you. We all face this issue - anger and hatefulness. I myself am not able to control these feelings. May the Good Lord give us strength to overcome our weaknesses. Amen.

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Since I became a Christian last year I believe God has helped me overcome depression and immorality but I still struggle with anger and hatefulness. Please pray to God asking him to relieve me from this negativity. Thank you!


Praying for you!


*(praying for you too Anupamas2!)




Truly "treasuring" God's word in your heart/mind can have more of a profound effect on the sin in your life than you can imagine, 1) because it replaces all the garbage that's in your mind with something FAR better, which helps you think about/dwell on far better things .. cf Philippians 4:8, and 2) because every time you try to sin the HS hits you with several of the verses you've memorized :)


See: http://www.navigators.org/Tools/Disc...FV25wAodkyMJpg


Yours in Christ,


p.s. - just FYI, I"m always happy to help with some tips about best practices and how to get started memorizing Scripture.






"How can a young man keep his way pure? By keeping it according to Thy word.

Thy word I have treasured in my heart, that I may not sin against Thee"



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