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How Can I Forgive Myself?
For if our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and knows all things. How often have you heard someone say, “I know God has forgiven me, but I will never be able to forgive myself”? Such self-condemnation can spring from several sources, but it is, in any case, an enemy God has […]
Acknowledging Or Attacking the Mess - #6776
Will you sin again? Well, probably. Will there be a mess in the garage again? There may be. But pick it up while it's small. Get up quickly. You attack the mess when it's small, and you start a new day clean. You start a new year clean. You don't need to acknowledge that mess again; you need to attack it.
A Safe Place to Unload - #6496
Who needs the barber, or the beautician, or the bartender to confess to? We've got a Savior, and He knows you, and He feels with you, and He's walked your trail. He alone is the safe place to unload the deepest secrets of your soul.
How to Avoid a Major Mess - #6019
When I was a kid, I had this inflatable boxer who was as big as I was. When I punched him, he fell all the way backwards, but he didn't stay down. He came right back up again. That's what God has made it possible for you to do so you can begin to break that cycle of defeat and discouragement.
Confess with your mouth - a Christian perspective
What does it take to be saved? It simply requires confessing your belief in Jesus Christ and the saving power of his death and resurrection. It's as simple as that.
Confess in the Bible: 1 John 1:9
When we confess our sins to God, we have His word that He will forgive those sins--there's nothing more we must (or can) do. Forgiveness is just a prayer away.
Communicate in the Bible - a Christian perspective
The writer of Hebrews tells us to communicate with others about what Jesus has done for us. We should share so that God might be pleased.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - A Clean Slate For a New Year - #8175 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’ve been involved with a lot of families, hurting couples, hurting parents, hurting kids, hurting relationships over the years. So many marriages could have been saved, so many kids could have been saved, so many relationships, so many churches if someone could have just said those words, “I was wrong.”
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Useless Hand-Me-Downs - #5682
The fact is we've all inherited empty ways of life from our parents who were probably copying one of their parents, who were copying one of their parents. And now another generation is about to be marked by this weakness, or this sin that has marked so many before us unless it stops with you; which it can because of Jesus.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Why Always Right is Wrong - #5672
Someone who insists on always being right loses the very respect they're trying to maintain. A healthy human being doesn't care who was right, they only care about what is right.