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Category Archives: Guilt
You are living by the promise of I John 1:9 when you refuse to hold against yourself the sin God does not hold against you. Continue reading
Guilt is a message of disapproval sent to our minds which says, “You should be ashamed of yourself!” A constructive response to guilt is a grace-based, future-oriented, and an other-centered choice. Continue reading
Church people are sometimes well-intentioned but hurtful when they approach all discouragement as a matter of simple obedience to the Lord. Continue reading
Does forgiveness require us to become morally neutral about right and wrong? Is forgiveness an imaginary zone of forgetfulness? Continue reading
Jesus said something that has perplexed and tormented people ever since he spoke it. Jesus warned about an unforgivable sin. “And so I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will … Continue reading
Audio: Do you struggle to forgive?
How does being forgiven affect other relationships? — “What should you expect?”
Dealing with guilt Eight possible reasons we still feel guilty Guarding cherished resentments A closer look at forgiveness Forgive, or else!
Is it possible to carry deep resentment without being aware of the power it holds over you? Consider the story of a woman who learned the power of suppressed resentment. Fifteen years after a tragic accident, she came to terms … Continue reading
Don’t make the mistake of equating forgiveness and reconciliation. Continue reading