wholeness-winning from insideout

About this book

In the journey of purpose, it is not new that life comes with various phases. There are ups and of course downs, though to many they only count their blessings and forget the downs which paved way for the ups. We all celebrate the success, forgetting failures that pruned and made us. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying we should not make a move but rather we shouldn’t neglect the obstacles which cannot but complete the story. It is easy to say we are fine while right from within we know we are not, trying to find a balance in a world that cares less and of course we pretending we all have got it altogether, when in the real sense our whole being is crying for help. Life presents us a life of pretence and trying to match up with the standard of the world rather than what God says of us. Forgetting that no one has got the same fingerprint as yours, we live, comparing our life with others and seeking for the validation of men which produces no better result than insecurity, unworthiness. The journey to wholeness starts with Christ who is the head of all principalities and power. Wholeness is inward and never outward. God has called us to spend more time with the inward and not the outward. Oh yes, out of the heart flows the issues of life. You might have not gotten the perfect life but God is more concerned with your inward nature for that reproduces the outward being. To be truly whole, you need to start looking out for completion not in self, man and material but rather living a life dependent on him, who is the source of your being. We are defined in the likeness of the creator and never by the past. The past sharpens us but never define us. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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