Changed Heart is an inspiring memoir of transparency, hope, and redemption to remind women that God can take everything they’ve been through and still use it for their good. Changed Heart candidly teaches women about:
· Overcoming sexual sin and temptation
· Developing faith amid tests and trials
· Finding purpose and freedom in Christ
· Enduring through spiritual attacks
· Becoming the woman God created them to be
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Guest Blogger: Domonic Butler
At some point in our lives, we find ourselves face to face with this thing called temptation. Generally, to the extent of which we desire a thing, is to the same extent of which we are tempted to satisfy that desire. Indisputably, there is a desire that dwells within each and every one of us…..whether it’s a particular job, car, house, spouse, or even the desire to obtain salvation through Jesus Christ (John 3:16). In Matthew 4: 1-11, it tells us about the time when Jesus was faced with temptation by Satan while he was out in the wilderness. It’s important to note that during this time Satan didn’t start tempting Jesus until Jesus was in a state of hunger. And considering that the text tells us that Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights, we can only imagine how hungry he might have been. One of the definitions for the term ‘hunger’ is a strong desire, which is often succeeded by vulnerability. There are times in our lives that we find ourselves hungry for something or someone and vulnerable to the temptation of satisfying that desire, even by means that are not always aligned with God’s will for us. And if being tempted while we are vulnerable isn’t bad enough, sometimes we find ourselves in the wilderness when this occurs. A place that is barren of fruit and is in the middle of nowhere. Simply put, it’s a place where we just don’t want to be.
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