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  • Writer's pictureRICHARD DEAN BROOKS



13 Whoever conceals their sins does not prosper,but the one who confessesn and renounces them finds mercy.

28: 13   It is human nature to hide our sins and overlook our mistakes. But it is hard to learn from a mistake you don’t acknowledge making. And what good is a mistake if it doesn’t teach you something? To learn from an error you need to admit it, analyze it, and make adjustments so that it doesn’t happen again. Everybody makes mistakes, but only fools repeat them.

28: 13   Something in each of us strongly resists admitting we are wrong. That is why we admire people who openly and graciously admit their mistakes and sins. These people have strong self-images. They do not always have to be right to feel good about themselves. Be willing to reconsider— to admit you are wrong and to change your plans when necessary. And remember, the first step toward forgiveness is confession.

Tyndale. NIV Life Application Study Bible.

Being honest about anything is sometimes hard to do because of shame, guilt, pride, or any other number of excuses we can come up with. But GOD ALWAYS knows the truth and he is forever faithful to forgive our sinsas long as we repent and ask his forgiveness. But being honest is truly easy when we TRULY REPENT AND TURN FROM WHATEVER WE ARE TRYING TO HIDE.

ON THE WAY HOME WALK WITH JESUS and make sure that we always confess and repent of our sins so that GOD will have mercy on us!! by RICHARD DEAN BROOKS

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