How To Discover Deliverance: Unveiling The Path To Emotional Freedom Ep. 63


Have you ever found yourself in a situation where a simple word or action triggered an overwhelming emotional response within you? Perhaps it’s a painful memory from your past, an unresolved conflict, or a deep-rooted fear that keeps resurfacing. But fear not, my friends, for today we will explore the transformative power of God’s Word and discover the ways we can be delivered from the grip of our emotional triggers.

In this episode of The Lounge Chair podcast, we embark on a profound exploration of emotional triggers and the path to deliverance. Together, we will embark on a quest to discover the keys that unlock the gates of emotional deliverance. Throughout this series, we will explore various aspects of our emotional landscape, from the wounds that hold us captive to the moments of clarity that set us free. We will dive into the depths of our fears, insecurities, and traumas, shedding light on the mechanisms behind these emotional triggers. By understanding their origins, we empower ourselves to break free from their grip and step into a life of liberation.

Podcast Highlights:

  • What are some common emotional triggers
  • Why it’s important to identify emotional triggers
  • 9 practical strategies for finding freedom from emotional triggers
  • Emotional triggers are like landmines with the potential to derail us
  • Emotions are not meant to control us; they are to serve as a compass to what truly resides in our hearts
  • Discovering deliverance is the path to freedom
  • Discovering deliverance involves acknowledging your need for salvation
  • God’s word provides the antidote to our emotional triggers
  • God’s deliverance is not a distant concept; it’s a present reality 
  • Surrender your triggers to God in prayer
  • Psalms 34:17-18
  • Proverbs 4:23
  • Romans 12:2


  1. Where are you when it comes to your emotional triggers?
  2. What is a doable step that you could do right now that would move you closer to your emotional freedom?
  3. When could you take that next step?

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