Tag: guilt

Meditating on The Cross

Today in Church, I looked upon the Cross and pondered on it. As a symbol of our faith, it stands as a reminder of many fundamental messages from our Lord. In no particular order, let us meditate on the messages of the Cross. Feel free to add more […]

Is Adultery An Unforgivable Sin?

To begin to answer this question, we need to know what adultery is.  Contrary to popular belief, adultery is a consequence of divorce, and not a cause of divorce.  Often, marital unfaithfulness is equated with adultery, when in fact it is simply sexual immorality within marriage, which may […]

Shame – The Devil’s Sticky Tape

Please note that if you have never sinned in your life, then it’s better you don’t read this post. And the same applies for commenting. Thank you! Everyone else should know what I mean when I talk of shame. Although, some might argue, that you can be made […]

Hanging by the river…

Sometimes, when we are set free, we are still bound by our fear.  Mostly, it is the fear of change, failure and/or rejection, which stops us from walking in our new liberty.  We hang around the familiar, the common, and do not exercise our faith.  This is not […]