Breaking Down Barriers with God

Everyone that believes in God eventually has to face a theological conundrum: God loves us and has all the power, yet unloving things happen to us that he could have technically prevented. This causes many to feel as though they need to forgive God.

But that can’t be right because God cannot sin as it’s against his very nature. Therefore, there’s nothing we need to forgive him for, for he owes us no debt. How then, do we deal with the barriers we’ve created that hold God far away from us due to the pain and suffering we’ve endured in this world? How do we release him from a blame that doesn’t belong on him? That’s what we address in this message within our inner healing series—for if we want to get closer to the source of inner healing, we need to first break down the barriers we’ve put up between us and God.

Breaking Down Barriers with God 1208PODCAST

Everyone that believes in God eventually has to face a theological conundrum: God loves us and has all the power, yet unloving things happen to us that he could have technically prevented. This causes many to feel as though they need to forgive God. But that can't be right because God cannot sin as it's against his very nature. Therefore, there's nothing we need to forgive him for, for he owes us no debt. How then, do we deal with the barriers we've created that hold God far away from us due to the pain and suffering we've endured in this world? How do we release him from a blame that doesn't belong on him? That's what we address in this message within our inner healing series—for if we want to get closer to the source of inner healing, we need to first break down the barriers we've put up between us and God.

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