Nicholl is the author of “Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate” and other books. She is a believer in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and shares biblical wisdom to apply to listeners’ daily lives.
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Is he charming, lies, blames, seeks pity, very sexual, rushes to commit, asks for money, looks at you with a dead stare, and more, if your partner fits all of these attributes and more, you might want to check out the following video about sociopaths in relationships:
Whether you have just come out of a bad relationship, starting a new one but notice some unflattering signs, or just feel bad about the opposite sex, listen. Be healed from the past, start a new future (free of your burdens) and trust in your heavenly Creator to find the love that you deserve! WARNING: From fake hair to foolishness, just about every popular issue related to a sinful lifestyle is discussed–many of which helps to destroy relationships.
“For the LORD gives wisdom, and from his mouth come knowledge and understanding.”
Proverbs 2:6 In the audio, I mention where you can start on the path toward wisdom by doing the following: praying, bible-reading and seeking relationships with wise individuals who trust in the Lord for their knowledge.
“If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.” James 1:5
FYI: I stopped wearing my wig in public and started growing and caring for my own hair–God is good. Listen to the message so you know what I am talking about–lol!
On a more serious note: I realize that some clicking on this video will be convicted or even experience some “triggers” dealing with one’s abusive past as a result of the information mentioned. In addition, some listeners will also be tempted to start unnecessary arguments with me. I would suggest, rather than shoot the messenger (so to speak), consider your own decision-making and/or past experience and draw near to the Most High through prayer and fasting (ie. shut off the worldly entertainment for a time and get serious with the Lord).
I also realize that those who might have had an abusive past with a parent, especially if he or she was African American, may be put off by the dialect, straightforwardness, sound of voice, and/or content in this audio. If so, don’t click. (The enemy has a way of distracting one from truth particularly if the message isn’t entirely comprised of a bible reading with a church leader preaching it).
I pray that those who have unresolved issues (still bitter and angry about the past) will find counsel among those who don’t remind them of an abusive parent, relative or girlfriend in Jesus name.
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