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Don’t Live a Bitter Life

Life is too short to let the hurt make you a bitter person. The enemy wants nothing more than division.
He will continually bring up your past in an attempt to make you confused.
He will try to get you to exchange the truth for a lie.
He will attempt to isolate you when accountability is what we all truly need.

Even when you’ve forgiven. Even when you know HE is a just God, fighting for you.
The enemy will stop at nothing to keep you from your calling… attempting to enslave you by the pain and rejection.

BUT please listen, my friend! God is NOT the author of chaos and lies.
He is the Author of PEACE!
Not religious actions but true LIFE in Christ- FREEDOM!

I believe SO many are living offended and closed off from the world because we have forgotten where TRUTH and FREEDOM come from. We have forgotten how to surrender the hurt, pain and rejection.
We have forgotten just how BIG our God is!!!

I believe forgiveness is *only by the power of God. Forgiveness rejects our sinful nature, opens the gates of heaven and let’s Gods power take control of the situation…. Leading us to a life of joy and peace.

So I beg you my friend, Don’t live a bitter life.

FORGIVE even if they never say they’re sorry.
FORGIVE even if you can’t forget and the pain is still very real.
Ask GOD to help you…. Ask God for freedom!

Your life is worth living for the calling He has given you. Your unique, amazing, God given gifts are needed for His kingdom work.
Don’t let the enemy win by keeping you from Gods purpose for you.

You do matter. You are loved.
He can help you live in freedom.


Molly is a daughter of the King, a wife to a loving hard working song-writer/worship leader. Together God has blessed them with four children; ages six and under. She finds joy in the Lord as she worships alongside her husband and children. Playing piano, being outdoors, baking, and creating new things are hobbies she loves. She shares health and wellness through the light and freedom God showed her as He rescued her out of Postpartum Depression in the Summer of 2019. She is the daughter to two hard-working parents, and the oldest of seven children. She's blessed daily by the most loving church family; they encourage her and lift her up so she can fulfill God's calling for her life. With a deep passion for missions and a heart broken for those in need of a Savior, her goal through blogging is to share God’s love and the great commission, encourage women and share that God can break the chains of perfection in our lives. He makes us righteous. She doesn’t claim to have it all together, she longs to grow closer to the One who holds all the pieces.

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