“The Lord is my chosen and assigned portion, my cup; You hold and maintain my lot. The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; yes, I have a good heritage.”
Psalm 16:5-6 AMPC
We should have the right foundations and doctrine in our lives. We have read, studied and been taught them repeatedly.
We should also have the right boundaries in place. Boundaries protect and keep the good things in and the bad things out !
A increasing area that many people fail, are challenged and repeatedly struggle In , is the area of boundaries. The author uncovers with clarity, humour and many years of experience the huge area of boundaries.
When does Leadership breach a boundary and its turns into control , manipulation and it becomes Jezebellic witchcraft?
When and how do you spot and confront followers or team members that are rebellious and also operating in Absalomic witchcraft?
How do we set, protect and maintain the pleasant boundaries God has ordained us to live ?
How do we deal with denial , co – dependency and enabling ?
What are the pre – requisites and conditions for us to implement and follow ?
Boundaries are so important , yet in this day and age so neglected. What happens if we neglect or maintain our geographical boundaries , the same and worse happens when this happens with our relationships.
What are the pleasant boundary lines with our friends, finances , family, colleagues, and leaders ? How have these been rightfully set and used or abused ? How do we gracefully redefine them ?
In this book, the author identifies how boundaries can be set, transgressed or ignored at our peril or set and maintained for our blessing.
It’s time to positively confront ourselves and others that will lead to our lot in life being secure and living in our Godly Inheritance.
Get ready to set, reset, evaluate and then with forensic accuracy live within healthy boundaries in all areas of our life, relationships, family, businesses, and Church life. Learn to live within the boundaries that encourage personal revival not only in your life, but in the lives of others, families, varying communities and yes , even Nations.
Dr Terry Eckersley