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Let compunction function in you

There are two common responses to guilt: 1) Self-justification and denial, or 2) Compunction — sorrow for sin that leads to confession and changes in behavior. To reject compunction (moral responses to guilt, that prompt you to quit guilt-producing thoughts … Continue reading

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Sin makes mental health difficult.

Although the word sin is seldom used today, its activities are as popular as ever. We live in an age that refutes the concept of sin, while encouraging people to celebrate and boast about their bondage to sin. Love disapproves … Continue reading

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Be conscious of Jesus / have Jesus in your conscience!

If you feel like You are doing Life without a soul, Let Jesus Make you whole. The goal of your conscience isn’t to make you feel guilty, but to heal your soul. When you color outside your conscience the lions … Continue reading

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Getting Rid Of Guilt

Guilt is “the fact of having committed an offense or crime.” By that definition, no one is not guilty.  Guilt is the result of wrong doing.  Everybody has done something wrong either legally or morally. (For example, I believe that … Continue reading

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