46: Becky Reiff, Healing for the Brokenhearted

SHOW NOTES

Rebecca Reiff, host of the Healing for the Brokenhearted online ministry, shares how God healed her broken heart and gave her a genuine love for hurting people.

SHOW QUOTES

It doesn’t matter where you’re from, what you’ve done, or what’s been done to you. God can redeem anything and He can heal anyone.

I had to develop a will that said I am going to be somebody, and that I would not be the terrible things people told me I would be.

I had a strong will. I just didn’t know how to use it properly.

I always had a hope in me that God was with me and would give me the strength to get through.

I want to change. I don’t want to be stuck as the person I’ve been. I want to be the woman God wants me to be.

Truly, God can heal anything. He can take the hardest hearts and the most broken of hearts and put it back together. It’s a process, but very worth going through.

I want to have the good life God wants me to have. I love people, and I want to see them have the good life and to know that God can help them and heal them, just like He did for me.

Being in the presence of God heals every broken heart. There is really no other way to receive the healing that we need.

REFERENCES

Youtube videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBduXSJz6CSTxhwDaZuR-bg

CONTACT INFO

https://www.facebook.com/rebecca.reiff.92

Production Info

Now I See:  https://linktr.ee/nowisee/

Headset Radio: https://linktr.ee/headsetradio

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