I want to share with you the three profound reasons why I often find myself discussing toxic Christian relationships, narcissism, and the works of darkness. These reasons go beyond mere discussion – they stem from a deep desire to expose the evil that can lurk in the most unexpected places, as well as to inspire change and encourage prayerful reflection.
Reason 1: Exposing the Works of Darkness
One of the driving forces behind my consistent dialogue on this topic is a deep-seated commitment to exposing the works of darkness. Just as we, as Christians, strive to be ambassadors for Christ, we must acknowledge that there are unwitting ambassadors of evil as well. Often, these individuals propagate toxic behavior without even realizing it, contributing to the advancement of evil in our world.
I am haunted by the thought that the evil works of darkness are flourishing because of this inappropriate and toxic behavior. To me, it’s an injustice that needs to be called out. It pains me to see people, especially Christians, caught in the web of confusion spun by these evil influences. This is why I feel compelled to talk about the increasing prevalence of toxic relationships and narcissism in our society.
Reason 2: Praying for Understanding
My second reason for addressing toxic relationships and narcissism is rooted in the desire to pray more effectively. It’s essential to understand that not all individuals have the same motives, and some may not always have the right ones. In our politically correct society, we’re often told to see the good in everyone, even when confronted with toxic behavior.
Imagine dealing with a narcissistic mother, for instance, and being told to honor and love her without clarifying what that means. Such confusion can lead us to conflate good with evil, making it challenging to discern the truth. The Bible reminds us to be vigilant because the adversary prowls like a roaring lion. Satan isn’t omnipresent, and he uses unsuspecting people to further his agenda.
To pray effectively for these people, I ask for their eyes to be opened and for the evil works of darkness to be exposed in their lives. This isn’t about being accusatory or suspicious but having an accurate assessment of the situation and praying for their transformation.
Reason 3: Encouraging Positive Change
The third reason for my constant discourse on toxic relationships and narcissism is a divine calling. I have witnessed the incalculable damage toxic mothers inflict on their daughters. In my sessions with individuals struggling to navigate such relationships, my purpose has evolved to encompass topics like biblical dream interpretation, mind renewal, and finding one’s God-given purpose.
I believe that our lives extend beyond toxic relationships. While it’s crucial to recognize and address these issues, I hope that people can eventually break free from these patterns and embark on a journey of personal growth, self-discovery, and spiritual awakening.
My ultimate goal is to draw people closer to God and remind them of His unfailing love, His might, and His power to deliver. The topics I address are not merely educational; they are intended to lead individuals back to a loving, transformative relationship with the Creator.
Why Toxic Christian Relationships?
My discussions about toxic relationships, narcissism, and the works of darkness are driven by a passion to expose evil, pray effectively, and guide individuals toward personal growth and spiritual enlightenment. While it’s crucial to address toxic Christian relationships behavior, I hope to inspire people to discover their God-given purpose and trust in the boundless love of the Almighty. My hope and prayer are that these conversations serve as a path to redemption and renewal, leading people closer to the everlasting love of God.