John 15:6
If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth as a branch, and is withered; and men gather them, and cast them into the fire; and they are burned.

“One Mans life”
Flawed Logic is the ability to take what we would normally consider common sense, and turn it into something commonly misunderstood. Defected from the start at such an early age in the way in which you perceive the world, and life as you know it seems normal. In reality everything that you have learned is completely backwards. Good is bad, and right is wrong. What if the truth as you knew it, told you that “God is bad” Church only takes advantage of people. What follows is a life defined by everything you associate with being good is actually evil. Drugs, pain, flawed friendships, and where being taken advantage of is all par for the course. How do you undue a life broken from the very start? How do you heal someone who is incapable of going back to good memories in there life?

Psalms 18:30
As for God, His way is perfect! The word of the Lord is tested and tried; He is a shield to all those who take refuge and put their trust in him.

Functionally Dysfunctional
Placed in that situation how would you learn to survive? What would become normal? I’m afraid to ask questions where the answers are so painfully buried in the midst of so many lost and hurting people’s addicted lives. Can truth be found, can healing ever occur? The only comfort I have to offer is that which my father above so greatly promises.
Truth of the matter is, you have to want to be healed to receive healing. You have to want to change, to be changed. Nobody can want it for you bad enough that you will ever receive what you need.

Proverbs 2:1-6
My son, if you will receive my words and treasure up my commandments within you, 2: Making your ear attentive to skillful and godly wisdom and inclining and directing your heart and mind to understanding. Yes, if you cry out for insight and raise your voice for understanding. if you seek wisdom as for silver and search for skillful and Godly wisdom as for hidden treasures.

– Branson James