Rather than resting in the peace and love that can only come from God, many people flee from God.
This is especially true when a person commits a sin that results in profound shame.
They can convince themselves that they are unforgiveable and the Father of Lies gains a foothold in their lives. Every single person will experience some form of rejection.
It is true that this is a form of pride, but for the individual who suffers from the wound of rejection, there is a great need for healing in order to overcome certain sins and destructive patterns in their relationships with God and others. Christ was beaten, spat upon, mocked, derided, and given a crown of thorns. Some forms are far more destructive and may need not only spiritual healing, but psychological as well.
It’s been a week, a month, a year, and it’s the same sins.
We are tired of confessing the same sins over and over again with little or no perceived progress.
Yes, in the case of habitual sin, there can be debate as to culpability in certain cases, but that is for another discussion.These are all true, but one of the greatest struggles we face as human beings is the reality that we do not truly know or understand ourselves. A good many of us never make the effort to try to understand why we sin in certain ways.There are certain sins we tend to commit when we are suffering, hurt, or are under tremendous stress. Hewson aka Bono) "not suitable for us to present" in 1979. "I haven’t the foggiest idea about what the man is trying to say …Lee did eventually resubmit and started his stellar career with Marvel Comics. While still in high school, Burton submitted his book, "The Giant Zlig," to Walk Disney Productions; however, they found it "too derivative of the Seuss works to be marketable." After graduating, the company brought Burton on as an animator's apprentice. But would you think over the possibility of printing the second section alone under that title? How Celebrities Like Jodie Foster Face Their Fears An unnamed editor called the famed fantasy writer's novel "unreadable." The rejection letter goes on to say, "The whole is so dry and airless, so lacking in pace, that whatever drama and excitement the novel might have had is entirely dissipated by what does seem, a great deal of the time, to be extraneous material."Sweet Success: How Disease Led to Triumph for One NFL Player The fearless journalist and best-selling author of "The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo" was rejected from a journalism graduate program in Stockholm.