Leif Hetland had a black hole in his soul described as a "love deficit." He was living FOR God but not FROM God. He learned natural fathers have an influence on how we see our Heavenly Father. The God he served was bipolar in nature, moody and difficult to please. But in 2000 he heard an audible voice saying, "You are my son, my beloved son, in whom I'm well pleased."
It changed his whole reference when looking at people. Before hearing the voice of God, his view of others was influenced by how he viewed himself. Afterwards, knowing how much he was loved by God, he started to see the beauty in everyone.
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