5 comments on “Wounded or Wounded Healer?

  1. Mike says:

    Thanks Kenny for your honesty. I could relate to a few things you shared. God bless

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  2. Sue Ward says:

    Such sane and wise words. Having been wounded and being in the process of becoming more whole makes us better able to let the Lord use us to provide space for others in our lives. Those who are unaware of their woundedness and have not yet begun to allow the Lord to make them whole are generally not able to provide that space for others. W will often bear the scars for a lifetime, but we do not have to be crippled by them, or to prevent others from receiving the wholeness that the Lord wants to give them at the moment in which they choose to use the space we provide. Woundedness is not a barrier to the Lord using us unless we refuse to let him move it out of the centre of our lives and attention.. Bless you Kenny.

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  3. Angela says:

    Kenny, that is one powerful word! The Lord used all the horror of past events and seasons to form precious jewels in your life and ministry. I for one am very happy about it.

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  4. Linda says:

    Much food for thought thanks

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  5. Helen M Bookless says:

    That was very thoughtful and helpful. Thankyou.

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