No Condemnation for Those Who Are in Christ

Jul. 9, 2024 | By Creflo Dollar

Summary

The world has enough negativity without us adding to it. As Christians, when we see someone struggling to perform perfectly but missing the mark, we need to encourage them, not condemn them. This encouragement should include ministering the truth to them about their identity as believers who have Christ living in them. Believing that we’re the righteousness of God changes our behavior. Jesus is grace and truth; He’s the one who does the changing. Feelings of guilt and shame are emotionally painful, and aren’t God’s will for us. We’ll continue to struggle as long as we focus on ourselves and on our own performance; focusing instead on Christ, and who we are in Him, lifts us out of sin.

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No Condemnation for Those Who Are in Christ

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