Abba's Child. The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging by Brennan Manning

By Brennan Manning

Many Christians think damaged and offended yet don't believe they could exhibit those genuine emotions round others—or to God. So we wear a masks to conceal our identification. emotions of embarrassment and disgrace make us disguise from the person who really loves us.

Author Brennan Manning encourages you to allow cross of this demanding, unreal impostor way of life and freely settle for your id as a baby of God. locate the remaining that you just lengthy for as you develop in personality and settle for His lordship.

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When He takes them away, it signals His displeasure and rejection. We feel cast off by God. He is fickle, unpredictable, whimsical. He builds us up only to let us down. He remembers our past sins and retaliates by snatching the turkeys of health, wealth, inner peace, progeny, empire, success, and joy. And so we unwittingly project onto God our own attitudes and feelings toward ourselves. ” Thus, if we feel hateful toward ourselves, we assume that God feels hateful toward us. But we cannot assume that He feels about us the way we feel about ourselves—unless we love ourselves compassionately, intensely, and freely.

In the summer of 1992 I took a significant step on my inward journey. For twenty days I lived in a remote cabin in the Colorado Rockies and made a retreat, combining therapy, silence, and solitude. Early each morning I met with a psychologist who guided me in awakening repressed memories and feelings from childhood. The remainder of each day I spent alone in the cabin without television, radio, or reading material of any kind. As the days passed, I realized that I had not been able to feel anything since I was eight years old.

Since his ordination, the curate struggled with doubt, fear, anxiety, and insecurity. His last entry in his diary reads: “It’s all over now. The strange mistrust I had of myself, of my own being, has flown, I believe, forever. That conflict is done. I am reconciled to myself, to the poor, poor shell of me. How easy it is to hate oneself! True grace is in forgetting; yet if pride could die in us, the supreme grace would be to love oneself in all simplicity as one would love any member of the Body of Christ.

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