There are those days where I go to church, and you walk it and you’re so excited for church you can almost run around saying hi to everyone. That was today for me. I walked into church with Emily and my heart was beating fast and my blood was running with excitment. Listenning to the worship being played, we went to find seats near our friends. During worship, I was just talking to my friends but singing at the same time and it was good, calming and relaxing.
Pastor Brett talked about the story of Rahab, the prostitute. She lied, she bargined, her heart changed. This story is from Joshua 2:1-21. Even though her old occupation was prostituion, it doesn’t mean that her heart cannot change. God died for all of our since, even Rahab. We are all Rabab in one way or another, we are sinful, we do sinful actions then we feel guilty.. but one of the big questions asked to us in church today was How do you deal with guilt in your life?
God was speaking to me because that is what I have been dealing with the past few days. So many things have happened that I didn’t know how to deal with it. When we have guilt, we are not being the person who believe God wants us to be, but don’t carry the guilt around with you. Because that will only make it harder for God to transform you and mold you. Jesus was pinned to the cross, he died for our sins. We should not carry that burden around ourselves.
Learn from it, Let go & Let God transform you.
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Jo! I think you read my mind! I was gonna write about the same thing, but I decided to leave it out for today because I’m still trying to figure it out! I like the verse that he gave (2 Cor 7:10 – Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.) Intellectually it’s easy, living is more difficult. If you get it figured out, let me know, and I will too. Have a good week and see you online!
Guilt what a bugger. . . it gets me all the time. . . I wish I went to church that sunday, but oh well. I’d like to hear what emily says about guilt since I don’t really have anything to say, I’d rather listen and try to learn.