A Place for Hope. A Place for Healing.
|Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the trials of your life? Does a cry for help call from your heart? Do you keep asking: Will this pain ever go away?
A Time to Heal is a Bible study that offers hope and healing for the hurts and losses in your life. This study will meet you where you are, at the point of your deepest need, and encourage you to look honestly at the areas in your life that need to be healed. The truth of God's Word will guide you toward discovering and applying His answers to your heartfelt questions.
Whether in a confidential group or individual setting, this compassionate study will lead you closer to the One who heals. If you or someone you know needs someone to help walk them through the door of grief and into the freedom of forgiveness, we are praying to hear from you. Peace and wholeness is waiting.
Keep reading below for Session Topics and
"A Poem from One Who's Been There".
If you are interested in joining a group, would like to get more information, or contact Susan online, send an email to email@example.com, or call the Cornerstone Church office at 562.296.6490.
All messages are confidential.
Getting to Know The One Who Heals
Facing the Losses in Your Life
Denial... Hiding from the Truth
Anger... Don't Let It Take Root
Depression... Getting Out of The Pit
Forgiveness... Breaking the Chains That Bind
Set Free... Free Indeed!
Letting Go... Acceptance
A Poem from One Who's Been There
by Susan Ficht
Abortion . . . . insidious . . . .
after it destroys a precious life, it eats away at the soul of a broken women.
It promised freedom, relief . . . . instead it bound her life
to buried pain and unspoken grief.
But, if you were to sit next to her in church or pass her on the street,
you would never know by looking at her the secret that she keeps.
Her denial has been perfected. . . . she lives with numbness that surrounds her,
it protects her from feeling, becomes a prison wall.
The only escape is through a door called grief,
she is terrified and feels so guilty
. . . . what right does she have to grieve, what she chose not to keep?
Someday she will find the courage to walk through that door and
embrace her grief . . . when she does an amazing thing will take place.
Through that open door she will see the Lord . . . His loving,
forgiving arms will be reaching out to her . . .
ready to walk with her back into the light.
He cries with her and gently holds her until she feels peace.
He loves her beyond belief.
He understands she is weak
He wants to heal her and make her whole . . . .
if she will just let go,
and like the prodigal . . . . come back home
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