We do not know the day and time that someone may be in need of a prayer, hug and words of comfort, but we are sure that depending on the situation, this can be the difference between life and death, and Pastor Todd White can check it in practice, when it was Sometimes our emotions freeze.
They freeze because we can not express them or we do not feel them due to external or internal situations. We become cold or indifferent to situations that we must respond in a way and we do not, because we simply do not feel it.
A freezing of emotions is scarcity. Scarcity produces fear, insecurity, doubt, pain and worry. Scarcity means that we do not enjoy every day that lies ahead. It makes us not enjoy the love that others give us and the good things that the Lord gives us each morning.
There are many kinds of scarcity, but the one that most affects our emotions is money. If we do not have money, it is very likely that the smile on our faces will go away and our countenance will change completely. That disturbs our sleep, and that makes our mood another. It simply freezes our emotions.
What de-icing to use, when there is a shortage?
“Casting all your anxiety on him, because he takes care of you.” 1 Peter 5:7 “… Consider the ravens, who neither sow nor reap; that they have no storeroom, no barn, and God feeds them. Are you not worth much more than birds? … Luke 12:24
If today you feel your moral temperature drops, I want to remind you of the following: “You are no less than an important person. You are nothing less than a being created in the image and likeness of God. You are worth less than the price that God had to pay with his Son for you. You are no less than anyone, even if you do not have the money, the clothes, the car, the house and the social position that others have. Remember that those of us who surround you need you as you are … and courage goes on!
“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10