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Don't Blame Me

Since the beginning of mankind, the blame shifting syndrome of passing the responsibility for our actions to another person has existed. In Genesis 3:12, we have the first incident of blame shifting when God confronts Adam on his sin of eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Adam then shifts the blame toward God and his wife, Eve. This type of behavior has pla...

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Lessons on Forgiveness

In the church, there will always be the potential for us to sin against each other. The key to healthy relationships within the body of Christ is measured by our willingness to forgive each other. As believers, we are to forgive one another every time someone sins against us. Jesus teaches this clearly in Matthew 18:21-22, "Then Peter came and said to Him, 'Lord, how often...

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Biblical Confrontation: When to Confront Sin

Is every sin worthy of confrontation? When do we confront a sin in a fellow believer’s life and when do we give grace?...

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Repentance or Worldly Sorrow?

The grief we feel when we are caught in sin is a momentary, worldly grief resulting from being caught with our hand in the cookie jar....

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