Freedom Found in Admitting Wrong
God's love cannot and will not be taken away. It is never lessened. His holiness never changes. We are constantly called to further growth as He shapes us into who He designed us to be.
Will we trust Him when the going gets tough? Will we remember we are not forgotten, dismissed, or devalued because we said or did something wrong?
When we resist confession of wrong, we resist his formation in our lives. Ultimately, we reject God. But when we admit we’re wrong, we make room for His restorative work.
Only you can take ownership for your thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and actions. Only you can admit when those have been wrong.
Finding the courage to recognize where you’ve been wrong and admitting that to other people could be the catalyst you need to experience greater peace, joy, and freedom. It could fuel connection in ways you didn’t know were possible.
When we acknowledge the convicting tug of the Holy Spirit in our lives and admit we were wrong in specific ways, we make way for greater healing and God’s redemptive work in relationships.
“Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.” James 5:16
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