Monthly Archives: May 2014

Philosophy

Recently, I was involved in a Bible study of Ephesians 6: 1-4.  We discussed the differences between obedience and honor, as well as whether or not a child should obey his parents when it conflicts with Biblical commands.  Some thought one thing … Continue reading

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Guilt

I have grown very weary of false guilt.  Real guilt is a God-given sense of shame for a sin committed.  False guilt is built upon a faulty premise of lies or others’ expectations.  Real guilt drives us back to God in repentance when we … Continue reading

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