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  • Acknowledging Our Sin Without Falling Into Self-Condemnation 

    Acknowledging Our Sin Without Falling Into Self-Condemnation 

    Acknowledging Our Sin Without Falling Into Self-Condemnation  The biggest fuel for my depressive episodes or lack of joy in my life with Christ is that voice in my head that likes to bury me in self-condemnation. The church doesn’t often discuss the battle against self-condemnation. We live in a sinful world, so the battle against…

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  • the value of time for renewing the mind

    the value of time for renewing the mind

    the value of time for renewing the mind I recently learned that Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet. He mourned the rebellion of his home nation while having to boldly stand against it to declare the word of God. For a lifetime he had to endure the persecution of their attacks against him and…

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2. Confess your sins to God.

3. Ask God to forgive you of your sins.

4. Ask God to come into your heart.

5. Accept Him as Lord and savior over your life.

Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God, that you died on the cross to rescue me from sin and death and to restore me to the Father. I choose now to turn from my sins, my self-centeredness, and every part of my life that does not please you. I choose you. I give myself to you. I receive your forgiveness and ask you to take your rightful place in my life as my Savior and Lord. Come reign in my heart, fill me with your love and your life, and help me to become a person who is truly loving—a person like you. Restore me, Jesus. Live in me. Love through me. Thank you, God. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.