“Love means never having to say you’re sorry,” proclaimed a sappy romance novel from the 1970s. I have come to believe the opposite, that love means precisely having to say you’re sorry. A sense of guilt, vastly underappreciated, deserves our gratitude, for only such a powerful force can nudge us toward repentance and reconciliation with those we have harmed. Yet guilt represents danger as well…” –Philip Yancey
It is important to understand guilt and know how to deal with it if we want to look back in a positive way on this past year and to look forward to a better year ahead.
Join us this Sabbath at Richardson (9am & 11:30am) as we look at “Dealing With Guilt” through a study of Psalms 143. We will let God’s Word show us how to separate false guilt from true guilt and how to deal with each in a healthy way.
This is the last message of a three-month journey through the Book of Psalms as we have learned how to deal with difficult emotions.
- Here are some links that have helped us in our journey.
- Bible Bookmarks for Psalms- October, November, December.
- Suggestions on getting the most from your study of Psalms.
- Steps to Christ– Inspired Insights to enhance your Bible study of Dealing with Difficult Emotions.
- Watch previous messages at this link.
All events are open to the public and free of charge at 1201 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Texas. Feel free to invite a friend to join you!
“Therefore my spirit is overwhelmed within me;
My heart within me is distressed.” Psalm 143:4.