I found this prayer focused on care ministry. Take a few moments to reflect on this deep and searching prayer. Continue reading
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
Posted in Anxiety, Bitterness, Broken Relationships, Comfort, Confession, Conflict, Divorce, Elentics, Encouragement, Failure, Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom, God's Patience, God's Heart, God's Love, Godly sorrow, Gospel, Grace, Grieving, Guilt, Hope?
Tagged Confession, Doubt, Failure, Feeling guilty, Forgiveness, Loss
In our failure, “We learn, on the one hand, that we cannot trust ourselves even in our best moments, and on the other, that we need not despair even in our worst, for our failures are forgiven” (C. S. Lewis). Continue reading
How can we know if someone is a true follower of Christ? Is it right to try to discern the authenticity of another person’s faith? Isn’t this a private matter between the person and God? I can think of a … Continue reading
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Tagged Confession, Discipleship, Evangelism, Tests of faith, True Christians