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June 24, 2018
We often think of confession as something to be either avoided or endured. We don’t want to think of ourselves as being “that bad.” But when we confess our sins to God, we acknowledge the truth of our imperfection and the holiness of God. In doing so, it draws us deeper into Him and frees us to live more authentic lives.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “confession”? How do you react to the idea of having to do it?
Do you have an accurate picture of the holiness of God and depths of your sin?
How can you use eager and joyful confession as you remember the gospel to draw nearer to God?
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Reggie is a member of Cornerstone and serves the church as Sunday Morning Director and as a non-vocational elder.
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