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Zooming In: The Specific Colors of Wisdom

by Kathrine Snyder

Open your eyes, get rid of narrow focus, and let the colors filter back into our lives. We learn to hear God's voice and trace His presence as He focuses us on complex situations that He walks with us through. Bokeh lights illuminate His truths even when we can't clearly see.

In this series, we’ve talked about opening our eyes, getting rid of our narrow focus, and letting the colors filter back into our lives. We’re learning to hear God’s voice and trace his presence.


But sometimes, we need a little extra help with the nuanced, difficult, and complex situations of daily life. We need to zero in and address specific challenges we face as we leave controlling religion and root out anxiety.


God asks us to be “faithful stewards of the many-colored tapestry of God’s grace.” (1 Peter 4:10 TPT) Sometimes, the individual situations and many-colored situations can be overwhelming. That’s why it’s helpful to zoom in on specific topics we encounter as we leave controlling religion and anxiety.


Here are just a few we’ll be addressing.

Exploring the unique colors of anxiety, OCD, PGAD, sexuality and purity culture, and parenting through it all. Narrow your focus and let the light back in your lenses to see what God truly wants us to focus on. He was there all along.

· Anxiety and OCD. How can I let go of anxiety? How can I gain freedom to know God instead of living in the grasp of Scrupulosity OCD?


· PGAD. How can I understand this complex condition and regain my peace?


· Sexuality. How can I fight against the distortions of purity culture? How can I overcome my fears related to sexuality?


· Parenting. How do I parent a child in areas I don’t have a firm foundation in myself? How do I deal with my religious triggers and still introduce my child to God? How can I learn to appreciate the beauty of sexuality so I’m not fearful when I talk to my kid about sexuality?


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