In this podcast episode, David & Caron Loveless discuss how to respond to the question: “How are you doing?” We believe that a part of spiritual and emotional health begins when we’re able to name which cycle of life we are in… and that the categories of winning vs losing OR succeeding vs failing, are not helpful. Listen and discover a much better way.
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Here is a brief summary of today’s episode of “The Live True Podcast.” You can use this as a reference or reminder of key things you feel like you need to pay attention to or pass on to others, in the next 7 days of your life.
One of the most often asked questions in western culture is: “How are you doing?” The Psalms help us answer that question.
When you go through the Psalms, you will find
just about every psychological place on the human journey known to man, woman, and child.
The Psalms become a kind of transpersonal container, allowing us to acknowledge our feelings fully without getting stuck in them.
When we boil all the emotions in the Psalms, we can simplify them into 3 categories or cycles of life.
Listen to today’s podcast to find out what they are.
We believe there is a biblical and realistic way to evaluate how we are really doing in the various domains of our lives.
Spiritual and emotional health are found when we are able…
- To name where we are in the various storylines of our lives and confess it to God and to others
- To be attentive to where we are.
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