How do you finish this sentence: “I am…”
Maybe what comes to mind first is negative self-talk that others would never use to describe you. This is especially true if you’ve experienced a traumatic situation or if you’re currently in a season of suffering.
But the beautiful thing about God’s love is that it is all-embracing regardless of our circumstances.
His desire is for you to know and say, “I am LOVED!”
In this episode, I’m joined by Wendy Blight to discuss the power of God’s love and its ability to transform our minds, and therefore our actions. Her testimony reveals how God’s love and His Word helped her overcome a life-changing incident and how her faith deepened.
Share Your Thoughts
What situation you would have handled differently if you didn’t have God’s love?
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Information about Our Guest
Wendy is a wife, mother, author, Bible teacher, attorney, and the Biblical Content Coordinator for Proverbs 31 Ministry’s Online Bible Studies. Her heart’s desire is to help women fall in love with God’s Word. To learn it, pray it, and know with confidence they can tackle any problem life presents through it.
Wendy has authored four books, I Know His Name, Living So That, Hidden Joy in a Dark Corner, and her newest book, I Am Loved: Living in the Fullness of God’s Love. Wendy has been a featured guest on Oprah Radio, The 700 Club, Family Life Today with Dr. Dennis Rainey, Revive Our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss, and Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.
Wendy lives with her husband, Monty, in Charlotte, North Carolina and loves most when her two children, Lauren and Bo, come home to visit and fill their home with lots of love and laughter!