When You Think About It, Surrender is the Answer to Everything.

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When you think about it, surrender is the answer to everything. Surrender is THE answer.

Please pay attention, because Jesus told me why.

He said that…

Anything other than surrender is believing in the lie of separation.

He said…

Surrender is coming home.

19 thoughts on “When You Think About It, Surrender is the Answer to Everything.

    Dan11 said:
    January 18, 2020 at 6:36 pm

    I’m still around and trying to be the best me every moment with my character defects. I haven’t opened the Bible in awhile and have pulled away from praying lately. I’ve been urged to go to meetings lately and be ok with what is now and not stress at much. Also understand that my ego works against me and that chatter. I’m open to advice and looking for guidance truthlover5

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 18, 2020 at 7:16 pm

      Everyone has character defects. What I’ve learned is that we are never separate from God, we only think we are. The delusion of separation is from our end, not the Divine’s. Once we realize that separation is impossible and finally surrender so that God’s brilliance flows through us, our lives fall in place. As mentioned in the post, Jesus said surrender is coming home.

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 18, 2020 at 7:18 pm

      Question: How did your life change when you started pulling away?

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        Dan11 said:
        January 19, 2020 at 7:19 pm

        When I pull away from meetings and church I start overthinking and get into my head and just deal with my family. I started getting irritable more. When I read the Bible I feel calm and at peace and focus on having a good day. At ease like nothing can shift my focus

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    truthlover5 responded:
    January 19, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    Excellent observation. When you finally go all the way to surrender, with God’s help, the calm and focus you feel will increase 100 fold. You will experience bliss. Keep me updated

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    Dan11 said:
    January 25, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    Hey truth, I’ve been watching something on Netflix that kinda had me startled me. It made me uncomfortable honestly. I haven’t hurt anyone at all but it brought up a lot of uneasiness and made me second guess myself with all this. I’m afraid of watching things like that. I keep thinking that external things will help me like this new job but I know I take myself everywhere I go and cause my own mess. I do need help and just over the parasitic life and never want to hurt others like I did my ex. Can you please contact me asap

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 25, 2020 at 6:38 pm

      What did you see? There’s a lot of incorrect ideas out there. If they are fear-based and controlling concepts then ignore them. Jesus came to tell us that God is love, unconditionally, without judgment. Get back to me.

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 25, 2020 at 6:39 pm

      What did you see? There’s a lot of incorrect ideas out there. If they are fear-based and controlling concepts then ignore them. Jesus came to tell us that God is love, unconditionally, without judgment. Get back to me.

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    Dan11 said:
    January 26, 2020 at 12:32 am

    The mind of Aaron Hernandez is what my mother was watching and it made me uneasy and insecure and brought up a lot of guilt that I buried inside me.

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 26, 2020 at 3:28 pm

      Actually, bringing up guilt is part of healing, but not getting overwhelmed by it. I will do my next post on healing guilt, shame and regret.

      Is there anything specific you feel comfortable sharing that made you feel uneasy and insecure? Really looking at it rather than continuing to bury it is freeing. Buried, it festers.

      By the way, in going through this, remember you are not alone. You are loved anyway. Ask for Jesus to go through this with you, to take this journey you are now going through from the movie and turning it into something more wonderful than if it had never happened

      Stay with me on this. This is, in reality, a good thing.

      God blesses you now and always.

      Truth

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    Dan11 said:
    January 26, 2020 at 8:24 pm

    Hurting my ex girlfriend and her son and our daughter. Also my siblings when I was younger. I’m afraid of hurting them again. I don’t trust myself. What made me uneasy is hearing the word sociopath and reading everywhere that there’s no possible outcome for change. Like we are monsters. Only to stay away and avoid us like a plague. I had no idea of the troubles I had when younger. Until I went to court and brought up memories surpressed inside me. I honestly thought of myself as a good guy until I did the things I did. I swore I’d never be like my parents and instead now I feel like I’m worse. I mean cmon how can I be forgiven for the things I did. I don’t like myself and who I see. Maybe that’s why I stay inside.l because I think the world is better off without me. No excuses for my actions but I wish I was normal. I know I’m lazy and selfish and afraid. I leech off others. Especially at my parents. Til this day my stepdad and I get into arguments over doing a favor since his card wasn’t working and I offered to pay then and there. I asked for it back because it’s toward my counseling then he started ripping into me and so did I. I ended up getting myself into more trouble. I called him out and said that he thinks he’s perfect that’s why he doesn’t see a counselor. He told me counseling is for people messed up. My mom was just there agreeing with him. It’s hard to love them when nothing is good enough. Especially being the stepson. I’m seen as the black sheep from my siblings and it’s been the same since a kid. Everything is my fault. That’s bs I was a kid. Now I want to move away and just not see them. I know I e done my fair share of hurt with them but I don’t feel loved here. I don’t think this house knows how to show love. Everyone looks out for themselves.

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    Dan11 said:
    January 26, 2020 at 8:30 pm

    Physically hurting them is what bugs me. What I’m capable of when annoyed and unable to control things. I was jealous of my daughter getting attention. It felt like competing with the kids.

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    Dan11 said:
    January 27, 2020 at 8:08 am

    Today I woke up stressed out and everything that could go wrong has. I ended up seeing that I was the issue. Crying and laughing at myself to hide the pain.

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 27, 2020 at 8:21 am

      Congratulations! You are healing. Remember, even though you might feel as if you are going through this alone, you aren’t. Ask God to go through this with you. There is no force stronger or wiser. I am with you, too. It’s in emptying ourselves of all the guilt that allows the love and healing and peace and joy to flood into us.

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        truthlover5 responded:
        January 27, 2020 at 8:26 am

        Remember the celebration in the first Beatitude that says blessed are those who are poor in spirit?

        Why is that something to celebrate? Because it celebrates the person who’s so spiritually destitute they realize their own utter lack of resources to meet life, & with nowhere else to turn, puts their whole trust in God.

        It means surrender, the most significant choice we make. Surrender isn’t only about giving, it’s mainly about receiving. We empty ourselves in surrender so that love, truth & guidance can flood into us without restriction.

        To paraphrase:
        Oh, the godlike joy when we feel so spiritually destitute that we finally surrender our lives to God, putting all of our trust in our indwelling Unlimited Supplier, not a human. This is joy!

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    Dan11 said:
    January 27, 2020 at 2:10 pm

    Yeah I remember. Maybe it is time to give up my ways. The overthinking gets me nowhere. The action will along with god to help me with the fear

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 27, 2020 at 3:14 pm

      You’re right. Through surrender you are releasing fear in exchange for trust, for peace, for goodness, for accurate guidance, for unconditional love. That means that no matter what, you are loved anyway. That means that, in reality, there is nothing that can separate you from God. Surrender is coming home.

      By the way, the false beliefs that you can’t change are wrong. You are already doing so. You are coming home.

      God blesses you now and always.

      Truth

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      truthlover5 responded:
      January 27, 2020 at 9:13 pm

      By the way, how has what you’ve been doing in the past working out for you? I’m sure you remember the definition of insanity – doing everything the same and expecting different results. Don’t you think it’s time for you to try a new way, a better way? It has to be an improvement, right? What do have to lose but unhappiness and guilt?

      God blesses you now and always.

      Truth

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    Dan11 said:
    January 29, 2020 at 5:20 pm

    It hasn’t done me any good at all. Fear of making friends and using them. Fear of a lot and failing. Procrastinating. Not willing to trust others and be there for others. Isolating has been my way and hasn’t done anything. Yes it’s time for a new way and contrary action. I don’t want guilt anymore and I do want happiness and love and friends. I also want to be a father and learn to be a good father and husband that god intended me too. I don’t want to miss her growing up because of my selfishness and fears.

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