Going through this world in relationship with other people inevitably creates connections in our inner being called soul ties. When these relationships are loving, supportive, and nurturing, positive soul ties are created. But if the relationships become abusive or manipulative, or cause rejection, they can create a toxic brokenness within the soul that we carry with us, even long after the relationship ends. If these toxic inner soul ties are not broken, we will experience failure, fractured relationships, and even health problems throughout life.
In Breaking Toxic Soul Ties, Tom Brown describes his own story of rejection and the process of inner healing he experienced. He helps you to identify and diagnose toxic relationships as he breaks down the difference between positive and negative soul ties. He also shows why toxic soul ties develop and how they can only be broken by a process of inner healing through confession, forgiveness, and prayer. The truth is, unless your self-image is firmly rooted in the truth of your identity in Christ, you will always be susceptible to bad soul ties. Tom Brown describes the way for you to move forward in life and leave pain and brokenness behind for good!
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About the Author
Tom Brown is best known for his deliverance ministry. Millions have seen him on ABC’s 20/20, as well as on MSNBC and the History Channel. He is a noted conference speaker, prolific author, and committed pastor. His award-winning Internet site, www.tbm.org, reaches more than a million people a year. His books published by Whitaker House are Devil, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare; Breaking Curses, Experiencing Healing; Prayers That Get Results; and Spiritual Gifts for Spiritual Warfare. Tom is the founder and pastor of Word of Life Church in El Paso, Texas.
Breaking Toxic Soul Ties is an informative, thought-provoking, prayer-inducing invitation to consider all of one’s relationships in terms of whether or not they are toxic or healthy. Although the concept of soul ties is not new to me, this book did take this idea to much more depth and breadth. Written in the author’s no-nonsense style, readers will find a wealth of ideas, Biblical explanations and suggestions for working through the process of eliminating toxic relationships and healing from unhealthy soul ties and spiritual bondage.
Providing examples from his own and others’ lives, Bishop Brown offers his readers an opportunity to assess their personal history and current relationships and see where they might need to pray for forgiveness, mental/emotional change, healing and wholeness. In the various chapters Breaking Free, Soul Ties, The Broken Soul, Healing for Your Soul, How to Handle Rejection and Develop Self-Esteem in Christ, the author poses several questions that give the reader plenty to ponder, pause to consider and pray about as they navigate the waters of self-revelation and freedom in Christ.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book. A favorable review was not required, no compensation was received, and all views expressed are my own.
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