Overcoming Loss – 3 – Identifying Past Losses
In Identifying Past Losses learn how to penetrate the defenses of the mind to find the unresolved losses from the past. Learn more about human memory, loss, anxiety and depression.
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Good afternoon everybody. Beautiful afternoon here in sunny New Mexico. We’re working on a series on Overcoming Loss. And this is the third one of the series out of four. The title of this one is Identifying Past Losses. It’s material that we covered at the Feast of Tabernacles in Sandestin. This is the first one – it was a workshop – so it’s never been recorded before – now that I think about it.
I’d like to review a little bit so that we can all get up to speed on where we are. In the first presentation that we did – which was a sermon there – we talked all about losses and how the Bible talks about what happened to Adam and Eve – how they lost everything, because of the bad choices they made, including one of their children. We read about how God turned Job over to the devil, and the first thing he did was inflict huge loss on him. He lost all his kids. He lost his wealth. He lost his health. He left him his wife, because she was a negative influence on him – she’s the one that said, “Curse God and die!” How would you like to be the one that was left for that reason? The point of that is: how we respond to losses in life is very important.