Confessing our sins is not easy. We are often reluctant to admit our errors. Why do we need to admit our sins? How can confessing sin to God and to other people affect our daily lives?
This guide investigates the practices of reflecting and confessing. Though it’s often difficult, engaging in these disciplines allows us to recognize, savor and respond to God’s abundant love and forgiveness.
Spiritual disciplines are a time-tested means of connecting us to the God who wants to transform our souls. We discover the disciplines in the Bible as we look at the everyday ways Jesus related to God. This series is designed to help us live in God’s presence by incorporating these spiritual practices into our lives.
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– Dallas Willard, author of Hearing God and The Divine Conspiracy
“For fifty-three years I have taught a required course at Dallas Theological Seminary on the principles of inductive Bible study. I recommend these studies because they are well devised and most provocative guides for first-hand Bible study.
– Howard Hendricks, Distinguished Professor
Chairman, Center for Christian Leadership