For the scripture saith, Whosever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. (Romans 10:11)
We must consistently see ourselves in the light of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. Mark Hankins
Many people try to fix their behavioral problems with more and more doses of shame and guilt. Instead of curing the problem, shame perpetuates the problem. The Complete Life Encyclopedia makes this interesting statement about shame:
“Shame is the issue that drives almost every compulsive, self-defeating behavior known to the human race. Shame is at the root of alladdictions.”
The cure is at the cross of Jesus Christ. On the cross, God was working in Christ, but He was working on us. Jesus took our condition and we were engrafted into Him. Now, God sees us through the blood, through the cross, and through the resurrection!
Confession: I reign in life through the abundance of grace and the gift of righteousness through one man Jesus Christ! I am free from guilt, shame, sin, death, and the curse! (Romans 5:17)