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This is a podcast episode titled, A Christian Meditation on Seeing Your Troubles As Only Momentary from 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. The summary for this episode is: <p>The Bible gives us the unique perspective of eternity with which to see every moment in our lives. Including the difficult ones. This kind of Christian meditation brings the transcendent experience of God into your mind and into your body so that you can replace anxiety, insecurity, stress and tension with the better and truer imagination of God’s infinite and intimate presence and love for YOU.</p><p><br></p><p><strong>If your podcast app is set to skip the silent sections, disable that for this podcast.</strong></p><p><br></p><p><strong>Body Meditation</strong></p><p>In a minute we’re going to meditate on 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. But before that, let’s get your body in a good physical and spiritual disposition to meditate, so that you can recalibrate and re-integrate your body and mind with God’s infinite presence and intimate love for you right now <em>in this moment</em>.</p><p><br></p><p>…</p><p><strong>Bible Meditation</strong></p><p>Now let’s breathe spiritual life into your <em>body meditation</em> by adding in <em>biblical meditation</em> and <em>imagination</em>.</p><p><br></p><p><strong>2 Corinthians 4:16-18 NIV</strong></p><p>Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.</p><p><br></p><p>Greek — “our outer person” vs “our inner” (ESV: “our outer self”)</p><p><br></p><p><a href="https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2%20Corinthians%204%3A16-18&amp;version=ESV" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">ESV</a> — “an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.”</p><p><br></p><p>Remember — anxiety, anger happens when we think we need something that we actually don’t need.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Lots of people don’t think they struggle with anxiety because they have a stereotypical view of what anxiety is. They don’t feel like they really deal with worry. They don’t fret much. But anxiety is much broader than that. And much more stealthy. Often it hides itself in our body in muscle tension. Elevated heart rate. Distracted mind. Anger fantasies.</p><p><br></p><p>It usually happens when our <em>old self</em> (<strong><em>false self)</em></strong> gets triggered when it’s threatened, and it blocks our awareness of the security of God’s <em>presence</em> and <em>love</em> and <em>lordship</em> over everything <em>in that moment</em>.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Remember…</p><p><strong>Ephesians 4:22–24 ESV</strong></p><p>…Put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful desires, and… be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and…put on the new self, created after the likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness.</p><p><br></p><p>Instead of recognizing the voice of our old self being threatened and choosing to put it off as a false, old self, we identify with it as the real us and get hijacked by its insecurity and fear and self protective relational dysfunction and anxiety.</p><p><br></p><p>In other words, anxiety is a <em>sign</em> that the insecure and idolatrous false self is demanding we cater to its “needs” instead of putting it off and dying to it like the Bible says. Most of our anxiety and tension and self protective relational dysfunctions are generated by this <strong><em>false self</em></strong>. The false self overshadows us from <strong><em>perceiving God’s presence</em></strong> and <strong><em>receiving God’s love</em></strong> and <strong><em>finding security in his Lordship</em></strong> in this moment. It keeps us stuck in repeated cycles of worry and insecurity and fear and feeling threatened. Our false self will never bring about true freedom in life.</p><p><br></p><p><em>So as it relates to this passage…</em></p><p>Anxiety happens most when we’re fixing our eyes on our outer self and what is ultimately “wasting away,” and “temporary.” “Light and momentary troubles” in comparison to “an eternal weight of glory.”&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>So much of the Christian life and what it means to live by faith is being able to see unseen realities.</p><p><br></p><p>So we have to meditate using our imagination before we can live in this reality rather than <em>losing heart</em> in times of <em>trouble</em> — being able to <em>fix our eyes on what is unseen and eternal. </em>Being able to feel <em>the weight of </em>the true <em>glory </em>in our lives<em>.</em></p><p><br></p><p>Yes, Paul also means the <a href="https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%203%3A17-19&amp;version=NIV" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Genesis 3</a> realities of our bodies — they are “wasting away” in the thorns and thistles and dust and death of this world before our bodily resurrection and the renewal of all things. But he’s primarily talking about a mindset here.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>We could say that “outwardly” is the same as “earthly” — thinking with the mind of our <em>old self</em> rather than our <em>new self</em> — looking at life and our circumstances with a mind that ignores the presence and love and lordship of God. Focusing on the <em>outward</em> more than the <em>inward</em>. Priorities that are “wasting away” versus “renewed.” Seeing our <em>troubles</em> as <em>weighty</em> rather than as <em>momentary</em> <em>compared</em> to our <em>eternal</em> <em>weight</em> <em>of glory</em> in the restoration/resurrection. <em>Fixing our eyes </em>on what is just <em>seen</em> on the <em>temporary</em> surface rather than <em>fixing our eyes </em>on the <em>weighty</em> <em>glory</em> of the <em>unseen</em>.</p><p><br></p><p>So think of your troubles right now. Your anxieties. The things that make you angry. Try to see those things with the mind of your <em>new self</em> instead of your <em>old self</em>.</p><p><br></p><p>Using your imagination — Fix your eyes — SEE — your troubles as light and temporary inside this promise of God. Your troubles ARE ACHIEVING FOR YOU <em>an eternal weight of glory</em>. See the unseen using your biblically guided imagination.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p><strong>Timestamps:</strong></p><p>02:49&nbsp;-&nbsp;18:44 Body Meditation</p><p>18:57&nbsp;-&nbsp;30:06 Bible Meditation: Corinthians 4:16-18</p><p>30:18&nbsp;-&nbsp;33:11 Prayer</p><p><br></p><p><strong>Who can you share this podcast with? If you found this episode helpful, consider sharing it on social media or texting it to a friend you think might benefit from it.</strong></p><p><br></p><p>Follow Dave Cover on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/davecover" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@davecover</a></p><p>Follow A Bigger Life on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/abiggerlifepod" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@ABiggerLifePod</a></p><p><br></p><p>Our audio engineer is <a href="mailto:diego.huaman@thecrossingchurch.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Diego Huaman</a>.</p><p><br></p><p>This podcast is a ministry of <a href="https://www.thecrossingchurch.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Crossing</a>, a church in Columbia, Missouri, a college town where the flagship campus of the University of Missouri is located. </p>
Body Meditation
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Bible Meditation: Corinthians 4:16-18
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Prayer
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Dave Cover: This is Christian Meditation for a Bigger Life. I'm Dave Cover. I want to help you with Christian meditation and experience God's presence through biblically guided imagination where you can draw near to God and get the stress and anxiety out of your mind, out of your heart, and out of your body, so you can live a bigger life. What I want to do in this meditation is reintegrate and recalibrate your body with your soul. Your body is part of your soul, biblically speaking. The Bible doesn't see your body as something separate from your soul. When God created you, he created your body according to Psalm 1: 39 and pretty much every other passage that has the idea of the soul includes your body. That's why you'll have a resurrection in your salvation, a resurrection of your body. But it's true that your body now is a body that's going to die. It is a body that lives in the Genesis 3 world. There's disease, bodily brokenness. This is why Jesus healed people as part of his sign of being the Messiah who's going to bring restoration. Restoration to the human body and all creation. So an important part of our meditation is to see unseen realities and to bring our body into an integration with those spiritual realities. Our body needs spiritual food, spiritual health to be recalibrated with the reality of God's presence and God's love, and God's Lordship in this moment rather than being fragmented from those spiritual realities and becoming a body that's hijacked by anxiety, anger, frustration, worry. This is what Jesus is talking about in so many passages in the Bible, specifically, Matthew chapter 6. So what we're going to do today is what we do every time, have a time where we meditate, bringing our body into a disposition of meditation, of reintegration with our soul. And then after we do that, we're going to do biblical meditation to bring our soul into reintegration with spiritual realities of God's love, God's presence, God's Lordship in this moment. So if your podcast app is set to skip silent sections, disable that for this podcast, always. And to begin, if you can lie flat on your bag or sit comfortably in a chair. It's better to lie, but sometimes it's just more practical to sit. Uncross your legs. And if you can close your eyes. We want to focus our mind on our body. Intently if you bring our mind's awareness to feeling every part of our body, and to have a sense that every cell in our body is dependent upon the life giving presence of God, which it is. He is the author of life, the giver of life, sustaining every molecule in your body by his presence. So begin by taking in deep breaths through your nose if you can, and try to direct the breath into your belly, calmly making your belly rise with each intake of breath. And then as you exhale, try to focus on relaxing the muscles of your body, releasing clenched muscles, releasing tension. Try to focus on your body, letting go and falling toward the ground, falling toward the earth, letting gravity take hold of your body. As your body feels heavier, you feel the weight of your whole body, taking in a deep breath, and then try to let your exhale be a little bit longer than your intake and focus on relaxing your body with each exhale. Almost as if you're breathing relaxation into your body with each exhale. Bring your mind's awareness to your breathing and let that rhythm be a rhythm of quiet, calm, relaxation. You don't have to hold yourself up right now. There's nothing for you to do, no place to go. This is a time for you to let go and bring a quiet calm to your entire body and bring a sense of awareness of your whole body focusing your mind on feeling your body. And the best way to do that right now is to feel your body feeling relaxed. Focus on that sensation. It's a quiet sensation, but every time you tell your body to relax, you can feel that sensation in your body of relaxation. So on your next exhale, quietly say to yourself, relax. And feel that sensation in your body. Your muscles softening. You're letting go of clenched muscles, of muscle tension. And you're beginning this rhythm of breathing and focusing your mind on your breathing and your body relaxing. And focus on feeling that in your entire body. One of the ways of bodily meditation that's been shown to be effective is something called progressive relaxation or body scan. It's where you intentionally focus your mind on specific parts of your body and becoming aware of tension in that part of your body and then focus on relaxing that tension, releasing those clenched muscles. So to begin doing that, let's focus right now on your head. Let's go to the top of your head, the scalp. And it's amazing if you focus on it, becoming aware of the tension in your scalp and letting go, releasing that tension. It's amazing how much tension we hold in our head unaware. So become aware. Is there any tension in your scalp, the top of your head that you can focus on releasing, letting go, relaxing. Now, move your awareness to your forehead. Is there any tension there that you can release? Maybe you've been wrinkling your forehead, and now you're aware of that and you're just letting it drop, releasing tension, releasing clenched muscles in your forehead. You weren't aware you're doing it until now, and now you're letting go. Now bring your awareness to your eyes. The muscles around your eyes, often tighten with tension when you're feeling stress. We're not always aware of it, but become aware of it now and release those muscles around your eyes. Let your eyes just lay in their sockets and you let the tension go. Releasing tightness, feeling that release as you continue your breathing. Now, bring your awareness to your cheeks and if you can just focus on releasing your cheeks, letting them drop, letting them just lie there and you don't have to hold up a face. You can let it go. And now your jaw. Letting your jaw relax, drop, release, let go. And feeling your tongue, your muscle of your tongue that goes all the way back deep into your throat. Letting that release just lie there. You don't have to have any held up structure in your tongue. Just let it go all the way back deep into your throat. And notice that when you do your entire face drops a little bit more, goes to a new level of relaxation. And feel that relaxation in your face and around your neck, becoming aware of the muscles in your neck and letting them release. Now, up the back of your head, become aware of the tension you've been holding in the back of your head and let it go. The sides of your head, your ears. Now, become aware of your entire head, releasing the muscles, releasing the tension, your eyes, your cheeks, your jaw, your tongue, your forehead, your scalp, the back of your head, your neck, and just let your head lie there, heavy, weighty, falling toward the earth, letting go. Now, bring your awareness to your shoulders, letting your shoulders drop toward the ground, letting go of any structure that you've been holding up in your shoulders and feeling that relaxation as you do, breathing in through your nose, into your belly. And as you exhale, focus on releasing all the muscles in your shoulders. Now down your arms, letting your arms go limp, feeling your arms be limp and letting go. You don't have to hold anything. You don't have to hold up anything. You don't have to use your arms. Let them lie there, heavy, weighty, gravity taking over and letting your muscles release. Feel both arms at the same time and focus on both arms lying there, released and relaxed. And now your hands, fingers and thumbs. Now, bring your awareness to your hands and arms, your shoulders, and your head all at the same time. Feeling it all at once, released, relaxed, let go, lying there. Now, take in a deep breath into your belly and hold it for just a moment until it becomes uncomfortable. And then as you let go and exhale, feel your belly release and focus on the muscles in your abdomen, your belly, your gut, releasing and letting go. Letting go of tension in your abdomen. It's another place that we hold our tension and clench our muscles without being aware of it. Become aware of it now, and with each exhale, let go a little bit more and let the muscles in your abdomen, in your gut, in your belly, soften a little bit more. The muscles in your chest, letting your chest be calm, relaxed, lying there with each breath. Move your mind's awareness around to your back and all the muscles in your back, releasing, softening your upper back, your lower back. And now down to your buttocks in your pelvic area. Your pelvic floor muscles are in your pelvic area and they are often a place where we put stress and don't know it. See if you can use your imagination to release all the tension in your pelvic floor muscles. The muscles that hold in your bladder, your intestines, let them go. Release, relax. Now, move your awareness to your thighs. Let the weight of your thighs fall toward the ground, become heavy, letting go of tension, letting go of clenched muscles. You don't have to walk anywhere. You can let go, let your legs lie there, your knees, your calves, letting go of tension, letting your muscles soften. Your ankles, your feet, feeling both your feet and your toes become heavy. Bringing your mind's awareness to the mass of your feet. What your feet feel like when you focus on them and let them drop to the ground, completely let go of structure and feel that with your mind, the letting go. Now, bring your mind's awareness to your whole body all at once and let your muscles soften like water flowing downstream. Your whole body letting go like water flowing downstream. Imagine this, feel this in your body all at once. Let's reintegrate our body with the spiritual reality of God's presence by meditating on God's word in 2 Corinthians chapter 4: 16 through 18. The apostle Paul says," Therefore, we do not lose heart though outwardly, we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day for our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us and eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes, not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. Since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." The English standard version translates that phrase as achieving for us in eternal weight of glory, beyond all comparison. Our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison. This is imaginative language, the idea of not losing heart. Outwardly, we are wasting away, but inwardly, we are being renewed for our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal weight of glory. So we fix our eyes, not on what is seen, but what is unseen. It's an interesting phrase fixing your eyes on something that is not seen and what is eternal. Remember anxiety, anger. It happens when we think we need something that we actually don't need. Lots of people don't think they really struggle with anxiety because they have a stereotypical view of what anxiety is. They don't feel like they really deal with worry. They don't fret much, but anxiety is much broader than that and much more stealthy. Often it hides itself inside our body in muscle tension, elevated heart rate, inability to concentrate because of a distracted mind, anger fantasies where we fantasize about putting somebody in their place. It usually happens when our old self or as we've said, our false self gets triggered when it's threatened and it blocks our awareness of the security of God's presence and love and Lordship over everything in that moment. Remember the verse we looked at a few episodes ago. Ephesians 4: 22 says put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful desires and be renewed in the spirit of your minds and put it on the new self created after the likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness. Instead of recognizing the voice of our old self being threatened and choosing to put it off as a false old self, often we identify with it as the real us and get hijacked by its insecurities and fears and self- protective relational dysfunction and anxiety. In other words, anxiety is a sign that the insecure and idolatrous false self is demanding that we cater to its needs instead of putting it off and dying to it like the Bible says. Most of our anxiety and tension and self- protective relational dysfunctions like anger and anger fantasies are generated by this false self. The false self overshadows us from perceiving God's presence and receiving God's love and finding security in his Lordship in this moment. It keeps us stuck in repeated cycles of worry, insecurity and anxiety and fear, and feeling threatened. Our false self, our old self will never bring about true freedom in life. So as it relates to this passage, anxiety happens most when we're fixing our eyes, the eyes of our heart, our imaginations. When we're fixing our eyes on our outer self and what is ultimately wasting away and temporary, light and momentary troubles in comparison to an eternal weight of glory. So much of the Christian life and what it means to live by faith is being able to see unseen realities using our biblically guided imagination. So we have to meditate using our imagination before we can live in this reality, rather than losing heart in times of trouble. Being able to fix our eyes on what is unseen and eternal, being able to feel the weight of the true glory in our lives. Yes, Paul also means the Genesis 3 realities of our bodies. They are wasting away in the thorns and thistles and dust and death of this world before our bodily resurrection and the renewal of all things. But he's primarily talking about a mindset here, an imagination that rules our mind. We could say that outwardly is the same as earthly thinking with the mind of our old self, rather than our new self, looking at life and our circumstances with a mind that ignores the presence and love and Lordship of God. Focusing on the outward more than the inward. Priorities that are wasting away versus renewed. Seeing our troubles as weighty, rather than as momentary, compared to our eternal weight of glory in the restoration and resurrection that Jesus will bring. Fixing our eyes on what is just seen on the temporary surface rather than fixing our eyes on the weighty glory of the unseen. So think of your troubles right now, your anxieties, the things that make you angry, the things that bring anger fantasies. Try to see those things with the mind of your new self instead of your old self. Using your imagination, fix your eyes, see with your imagination, your troubles as light and temporary inside this promise of God. Your troubles are achieving for you an eternal weight of glory. See the unseen using your biblically guided imagination and feel the eternal weight of glory into your body right now. Therefore, we do not lose heart though outwardly, we are wasting away, yet inwardly, we are being renewed day by day for our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes, not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary. But what is unseen is eternal. Feel this imagination into your body right now. Remember to keep your breathing and feel these realities using your imagination outwardly, eventually wasting away, yet inwardly being renewed. Your troubles are light and momentary and achieving for you an eternal weight of glory. So fix your eyes. The eyes of your heart. Your imagination, not on what is seen, but what is unseen. Spiritual reality is unseen. A future glory that is unseen. But even now your inner self is being renewed by it. Even now in this moment, what is unseen is eternal. Even now in this moment, setting your heart, fixing your eyes on the eternal weight of glory of all that God is for you in Christ. Feel this into your body. Heavenly Father, I choose not to lose heart. I choose to have courage. I choose to have a confident expectation in all that you are for me in Jesus, though outwardly, things are wasting away in this Genesis 3 world of thorns and thistles, and dust, and death yet inwardly because your Holy Spirit indwells me as your temple. Inwardly because Christ is in me, inwardly because I have been crucified with Christ and Christ lives in me. I've been raised together with Christ and my life is now hidden with Christ. Inwardly, I'm being renewed by your Holy Spirit. Right now, my troubles, my anxieties are light and momentary compared to the eternal weight of glory of all that you are for me in Jesus. So I fix my eyes, the eyes of my heart, not on the things that are seen, but what is unseen. The reality of your presence right now with me in this moment. The reality of your infinite and intimate love for me, always in every moment and in this moment, the reality that you are Lord of heaven and earth, you are the almighty over all the chaos and overall the evil. And you are Lord right now in this moment. I see this with my eyes of my heart, and I feel this into my body as a confident, calm, a peace, joy, a reassurance, and I replace anxiety with trust and hope and confident expectation in your promise of all that you are for me in Jesus. And I pray this in Jesus' name. Amen. If you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe so you'll be sure to receive our next episode each Tuesday and Thursday morning. Our audio engineer is Diego Huaman. Thanks for listening to Christian Meditation for a Bigger Life.

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The Bible gives us the unique perspective of eternity with which to see every moment in our lives. Including the difficult ones. This kind of Christian meditation brings the transcendent experience of God into your mind and into your body so that you can replace anxiety, insecurity, stress and tension with the better and truer imagination of God’s infinite and intimate presence and love for YOU.

If your podcast app is set to skip the silent sections, disable that for this podcast.

Body Meditation

In a minute we’re going to meditate on 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. But before that, let’s get your body in a good physical and spiritual disposition to meditate, so that you can recalibrate and re-integrate your body and mind with God’s infinite presence and intimate love for you right now in this moment.

Bible Meditation

Now let’s breathe spiritual life into your body meditation by adding in biblical meditation and imagination.

2 Corinthians 4:16-18 NIV

Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.

Greek — “our outer person” vs “our inner” (ESV: “our outer self”)

ESV — “an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.”

Remember — anxiety, anger happens when we think we need something that we actually don’t need. 

Lots of people don’t think they struggle with anxiety because they have a stereotypical view of what anxiety is. They don’t feel like they really deal with worry. They don’t fret much. But anxiety is much broader than that. And much more stealthy. Often it hides itself in our body in muscle tension. Elevated heart rate. Distracted mind. Anger fantasies.

It usually happens when our old self (false self) gets triggered when it’s threatened, and it blocks our awareness of the security of God’s presence and love and lordship over everything in that moment

Remember…

Ephesians 4:22–24 ESV

…Put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful desires, and… be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and…put on the new self, created after the likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness.

Instead of recognizing the voice of our old self being threatened and choosing to put it off as a false, old self, we identify with it as the real us and get hijacked by its insecurity and fear and self protective relational dysfunction and anxiety.

In other words, anxiety is a sign that the insecure and idolatrous false self is demanding we cater to its “needs” instead of putting it off and dying to it like the Bible says. Most of our anxiety and tension and self protective relational dysfunctions are generated by this false self. The false self overshadows us from perceiving God’s presence and receiving God’s love and finding security in his Lordship in this moment. It keeps us stuck in repeated cycles of worry and insecurity and fear and feeling threatened. Our false self will never bring about true freedom in life.

So as it relates to this passage…

Anxiety happens most when we’re fixing our eyes on our outer self and what is ultimately “wasting away,” and “temporary.” “Light and momentary troubles” in comparison to “an eternal weight of glory.” 

So much of the Christian life and what it means to live by faith is being able to see unseen realities.

So we have to meditate using our imagination before we can live in this reality rather than losing heart in times of trouble — being able to fix our eyes on what is unseen and eternal. Being able to feel the weight of the true glory in our lives.

Yes, Paul also means the Genesis 3 realities of our bodies — they are “wasting away” in the thorns and thistles and dust and death of this world before our bodily resurrection and the renewal of all things. But he’s primarily talking about a mindset here. 

We could say that “outwardly” is the same as “earthly” — thinking with the mind of our old self rather than our new self — looking at life and our circumstances with a mind that ignores the presence and love and lordship of God. Focusing on the outward more than the inward. Priorities that are “wasting away” versus “renewed.” Seeing our troubles as weighty rather than as momentary compared to our eternal weight of glory in the restoration/resurrection. Fixing our eyes on what is just seen on the temporary surface rather than fixing our eyes on the weighty glory of the unseen.

So think of your troubles right now. Your anxieties. The things that make you angry. Try to see those things with the mind of your new self instead of your old self.

Using your imagination — Fix your eyes — SEE — your troubles as light and temporary inside this promise of God. Your troubles ARE ACHIEVING FOR YOU an eternal weight of glory. See the unseen using your biblically guided imagination. 

Who can you share this podcast with? If you found this episode helpful, consider sharing it on social media or texting it to a friend you think might benefit from it.

Our audio engineer is Diego Huaman.