Great Examples of Confession in the Bible

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Confession is one of those words in the English language that has more than one meaning. The Merriam-Webster dictionary gives these definitions for confess: (1) [To ADMIT] to tell or make known (something, such as something wrong or damaging to oneself); (2) [To PROFESS] to declare faith in or adherence to. So then, when we […]

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Do We Have to Tell Anyone About Our Secret Sins?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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It is often said that character is what you do when nobody is watching. This means that who you really are is demonstrated in how you do things when you think that no one knows what you are doing. It also reveals a secret part of us that we usually keep hidden from the world, […]

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Should Christians Confess Sins To One Another?

by Jack Wellman
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Should Christians confess sins to one another or should we confess them only to God…or both? Does the Bible say we should confess our sins to other believers, only one believer or not at all? Confessing Sins to God First and foremost, we confess our sins to God and to confess means that we agree […]

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