Baggage Dump (2,341 YouTube views) – David didn’t talk about a physical wound. He talked about something just as serious and just as crippling. People wound us with words and actions in the process of life. It’s baggage. We become a baggage dump. Most people carry this baggage dumb in their hearts their entire lives. I know people with wounded pain filled hearts. So do you. Many of you carry wounded hearts right now. It is not unusual. Even King David, the man after God’s own heart, anointed of God, and leader of a nation carried a wounded heart full of pain. It was baggage. The baggage dump affects our lives. The baggage dump will cause addictions, emotional problems, depression, blind us to reality, stop us from getting help, and cause us to hurt others. A baggage dump will cause more baggage that slows us down and even stops our life. Many people never experience a great life because they are now a baggage dump.

BAGGAGE – EVERYBODY HAS SOME

By Delbert Young

Baggage Dump

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Baggage Dump

Scriptures: Psalms 109:22; Psalms 109:21; Job 7:11; Psalms 109:31; Psalms 143:8; Job 6:24; Romans 12:2; Ephesians 4:22-23; Colossians 3:13

 Welcome to our new series called BAGGAGE: EVERYBODY HAS SOME. You have some even if it is only a carry-on. King David said…

Psalms 109:22  For I am poor and needy, and my heart is WOUNDED within me.

(NLT) Psalms 109:22  For I am poor and needy, and my heart is FULL OF PAIN.

Of course, David was not talking about a physical wound, but he was talking about something just as serious and just as crippling. People wound us with words and actions in the process of life. Most people carry these wounds in their hearts their entire lives. I know people with wounded pain filled hearts. So do you. In fact, many of you are carrying wounded hearts right now. (Sermon Notes)

 

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