Healed and Set Free

We live in a culture that does not value forgiveness, but tells us to seek vengeance. Satan wants us to follow that path, digging roots of bitterness down deep, destroying our lives and relationships. But forgiven people should be forgiving people. Ephesians 4:32 tells us, “Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.” Jesus can bridge the gap between the broken, bitter heart and His freedom. That is the heart and soul of Healed and Set Free.

The Healed and Set Free Bible study takes readers on a 9-week journey to overcome past wounds, respond in wisdom when offended, and understand how to truly forgive.

The new edition of Healed and Set Free includes the Leader’s Guide, a new chapter on marriage, new devotionals, more verses, and more stories of God’s transforming work!

Learn Four Simple Yet Powerful Tools To Become Healed and Set Free from the hollow feelings that unacceptable hurts bring… All of God’s principles are put together in a way that we are all able to apply them to our own unique situation.

This study deals with these lingering hurts:

  • Anger
  • Betrayal
  • Divorce
  • Rejection
  • Bitterness
  • Guilt
  • Rape
  • Unforgiveness
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Marital Grudges
  • Adultery
  • Depression

Questions We all Want Answered:
Why can’t I forget about the lingering hurts?
Why does the pain still flood my mind?
Why is all the hate and shame still in my heart?
Learn life-changing answers to all these question
Heal the shattered heart (God’s way.) To give you a future and a hope. Jeremiah 29:11

Throughout her life, Tammy Brown has experienced much heartache:
The trauma and burden of sexual abuse
The nightmare of date rape
The bondage of negative self-image and bulimia
The burden of grudges and hatred towards those who have caused pain
Being a self-destructive wife and mother harboring deep-seated bitterness and shame about her past
Once she decided to allow God to work, He was able to set her free from her past hurts. Her story is told throughout this study.

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