Intimate Soul Ties

Severing wrong soul ties can be one of the most painful experiences in your life. Even though you know you must move on, you know you can’t carry your past into your future, you can still be deeply and severely attached to someone or something from your past through soul ties. And it will prevent you from moving forward.

You may be in a sexual relationship with someone (outside of marriage) and although you want to break free, you’ve repented, asked God to forgive you, yet you are tormented with thoughts about this person day and night. You cannot get them off of your mind and you can’t resist the temptation to give in to that intimacy over and over again. You have a bad soul tie.

The pain of severing wrong soul ties is excruciating, to say the least, however, I want to offer you the hope that it will subside. The pain will not last forever. However painful it may be in your unique situation, you need to follow some strategic steps to produce total freedom from anything or anyone to which you have been tied in your soul.

In my new book, “Make Your Dreams Bigger than Your Memories”. I have dedicated an entire chapter on breaking wrong soul ties because of what I experienced in my own life and the consistent emails and letters I receive from individuals who are tied emotionally to someone and don’t know how to break free. I wrote out some specific and strategic steps to take in order to let go of what God is finished with!

You may relate to what I’m writing or perhaps you know someone who keeps returning to a relationship that they don’t belong in – get this book for them. You or someone you know may be in an abusive relationship and you don’t understand why you stay in it! You have soul ties.

Soul ties are formed any time and every time there is intimacy in a relationship. If the relationship has moved into the sexual arena, the tighter those ties will become and the harder it will be to detach when the Lord compels you to stop! Godly soul ties are formed when a married couple engages in intercourse. It is the way God designed it. Ungodly soul ties are formed when unmarried people have sex or have any level of intimacy. A relationship could have ended months or even years ago, but there is still a longing, a yearning or even an obsessive desire to be with that person. Why? Because their souls are still firmly tied to each other.

Remember, the more intimate you become, the tighter that bond becomes. If you need freedom and perhaps some direction on how to break a wrong soul tie in your life, chapter 7 is for you! I am thrilled to report that you can now order my new book so you can give your past the burial it needs, and start pursuing the new things God has for you!

You can only conquer your past by focusing on your future!

Terri

6 thoughts on “Intimate Soul Ties

  1. Janis Hall says:

    Terri,
    I am so glad that I found your tv ministry. I read your email today about the guilt and shame that u felt. And now I read about Intimate Soul Ties. Thank u once again for your insight. You described my situation perfectly. Now I understand why I am having such a difficult time letting go. All I do is pray and cry and it doesn’t help that I see my ex almost everyday since we live a block away from each other. Seeing my ex with someone else daily is torture for me. It’s been since January 2009 since the demise of our relationship after 15 years. I moved back to Maryland from New York to take care of my elderly parents for the last 10 yrs. My Mom had a stroke 15 yrs ago and is completely paralyzed on the right side and incontinent. Right now I am overwhelmed in my life and I ask God daily to heal me and to give me the strength to keep going. I have been seeing a therapist and Iam on depression meds but nothing seems to be helping me. If it weren’t for the fact that my Mom needs me so much, I would just give up. I will purchase your book in the hope that it will assist me in the healing process.

  2. Toni Kniest says:

    Dear Terri, I have been a fan of Jerry Sevelle since the early 80’s. He is fantastic. Anyway, I ran accross the program early in the morning on Daystar while at work last Monday morning. It changed my life. Lately I have found myself beating myself up for past mistakes. I know Jesus says, “He who the Son makes free is free indeed.” I want to order your book and realize how not to live in the past but go on to bigger and better things. I have had a lot of soul ties too, and I have lived in the past. I really appreciate you and your dad. It is so uplifting. Thank you! Toni

  3. Kim says:

    Terri,

    I had been a virgin for 39 years of my life and a few years ago that ended with my ex-boyfriend. The intimate relationship had gone on for almost a year and a half and I knew it was wrong. Through that time period I tried and tried to break it off (the intimacy)…sometimes abstaining from it, but weeks later he would initiate contact and even though I still knew it wasn’t right, I’d give in. As of 3 months ago, I have officially broken up with him because I value myself more than he does. Since breaking up, thoughts of him come across my mind from time to time and I now understand it’s because of intimate soul-ties. I couldn’t sleep much on one particular night because I constantly thought about him to the point I had to get up and pray in the spirit. I also searched the internet to find this message from you. I will definitely plan to get your book. I want these thoughts and images of him completely buried forever.

  4. lewis pam says:

    May God have provided a forever way of escape for the two comments posted prior to mines. I have a soul tie or two and I spend to much to looking back while moving forward. I like a car all over the road hitting an object here and there (no people yet). I have decided to walk with Terri and participate actively and consistently with my desire to move forward with staring back.

  5. Nathan says:

    Terri

    You are an amazing person! God has so richly blessed you in so many areas, for His glory.

    I am a follower of you and soon to be a supporter too!

    God bliess you!!!

  6. Richard says:

    Dear Terri,

    I just wanna thank God for your life because God has really used you to change my life.

    As of last year, I had been a virgin for 20 years and I hoping to keep myself till I got married. Unfortunately I didnt, and it was actually the woman I believe God had brought into my life which made it worse.

    For more than 3 months of guilt, shame, and commendation over what I had done, and being scared to come to God, being struck in a sinful cycle and giving up the thought of God ever using me or truly loving me, I want thank God for letting you write Make your dreams bigger than your memories.

    My life has completed changed, I am ready to let go of my past, all the things that weigh me down and step into the dreams and vision for my life.

    I thank God for your life once again.

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