When we experience trauma, abuse, and mistreatment, three emotions surface: anger, sadness, and anxiety. They must be managed well or they end up controlling our lives and damaging our hearts. In fact, many people who have suffered need emotional healing. We need practical solutions that we can implement in our daily lives because of the residual waves of emotional pain.
In this sermon, Pastor Scott follows Peter’s lead in looking at Christ’s example of suffering. The crucifixion was the most atrocious of all abusive events in history. As we look at the crucifixion from Peter’s perspective we can learn a lot about managing our own hearts when it comes to unjust pain. We can’t escape hurt and pain but it doesn’t have to become our identity. Walk through the solutions from God’s Word to learn more about healing in your own heart.