Discussion in 'News and Articles' started by Devotionals, Dec 9, 2006.
Confession Is Good for . . .
Confession Is Good for . . . By Tony Beckett and Woodrow Kroll
I'm going to put my "OK" stamp on this. While at first, I questioned it since I want to keep scripture and "common sense" separate, upon reflection it speaks of the absolute biggest change that happened in my life after coming to Christ. I stopped having secrets. Slowely, all the little skeletons in my closet were comming out, and I realized that trying to keep secrets and hiding parts of my life were incompatible with being a Christian. If I'm truely a Christian, I should live my life in such a way that I have nothing to hide, and nothing to be ashamed of. If I know my actions will be seen by others, especially if I'm honest enough with myself to ENSURE my actions are seen by others, I can hold myself not only accountable to scripture, but to myself as well since it's far to easy to sin if you think nobody will ever find out.