Changing How We See God

Regardless of where our guilt is rooted, we will end up having a skewed view of God until we are honest and deal with our hearts with him.

When my heart was grieved and my spirit embittered, I was senseless and ignorant; I was a brute beast before you.

Psalm 73:21-22 NIV

When we feel guilty, we end up angry and and embittered, and develop a negative view of God. The guilt may be true (we did something wrong), false (we did nothing wrong but feel like we did), or residual (we have already resolved what we did wrong but still feel guilty about it). Regardless of where the guilt is rooted, we will end up having a skewed view of God until we are honest and deal with our hearts with him. Join Russ Ewell and friends as they discuss the need for ongoing honest conversations with God that help us see him for who he really is.

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