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The Spring Break Mistake - #6629
The very God whose plans for us we trash has made this stunning promise: "I will forgive their wickedness and will remember their sins no more" (Hebrews 8:12).


Shame culture: evangelism in cultures where public shame matters
I have discovered that one of the most difficult aspects of evangelizing Muslims is getting them to appreciate their need for a savior. I have found the Islamic doctrine of God and Man to be such that Muslims tend to be unaware of their sinfulness and inability to save themselves.1 As a result, convincing a Muslim to embrace Jesus as the blood sacrifice for his sins usually requires considerable time and pre-evangelistic effort.


When You've Fallen and You Can't Get Up - #5992
At the end, it's your enemy who's covered with shame because you have shaken off his shackles of shame, and you've realized you can't change you but the Lord can. You have refused to stay down. You're defiantly determining to make the devil pay for what he deceived you into doing. You're going to do some serious damage to the kingdom of the one who had tried to do some serious damage to you.


The Danger Zone Alarm - #3019
God's warning is clear - don't quench the Holy Spirit of Almighty God. Listen to God's alarm going off in you. You don't know the trouble this is taking you into. He does. Back away from this door. It takes you where you do not want to end up. You are entering the danger zone.


"Shame" in the Bible: Hebrews 12:2
Christ's death was not only painful and horrific; it was a shameful death, regarding as humiliating by the culture of the day. But Jesus didn't turn away even from that shame, and triumphed over sin and shame both.


Ashamed in the Bible: Mark 8:38
Jesus has harsh words for those who are ashamed of him: God will in turn be ashamed of them when Christ returns. Faith in Christ is not something to be embarrassed about; it's something we should proudly embrace.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Freedom Line - #3994
Not all slaves wear chains or are sold on an auction block. Some of us who have been physically free our whole lives have never really been free on the inside. From the guilt over those mistakes in our past. From the shame over what we've been, what we've done. Some of us know what it is to be slaves to our dark side, to our anger, our selfishness, to habits and patterns we seem powerless to break.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Things We're Ashamed Of - #8022
You know, it’s hard to shake the shame for the things that we’ve done that we thought we would never do; the things we wish we hadn’t done.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Declaring Your Independence - 8047
I heard about a tribe in Alaska where they believe that we all carry this backpack through life; and in it there are rocks. Every time we do something wrong, it puts another rock in our backpack, and you carry around the guilt and shame and the regrets and the consequences of all those things.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Hall of Fame/Hall of Shame - #8005
This “anything to win” thing affects business and how we handle our relationships—anything to win. And when you make unholy compromises to have a life that matters, the cost is just too high. You don’t win, you lose. You lose respect for the man or woman in the mirror, and it’s ugly to lose the trust of other people and the respect of other people.