Confessions of a Sound Mind

Everyone screws up. That we know because it is just fact. We may not want to, we may try not to, we may even not realize it but we all screw up. We all sin sometimes, not proud of it or judging it, but it is real. It is what happens next that determines where your heart is. There are options at this point with consequences, either good or bad ones, attached. We can ignore our own wrongs and either focus on other peoples’ wrongs or lie to ourselves and reason how our wrong was right because of our motives being right or this or that and move on. Generally, the consequence of lying, sometimes in the form of denial, is more of the same. Lies nurture lies, feed them, grow over time, get more comfortable yet never peaceful, seep joy and purity from your life and eventually down the line (or sooner with drugs)  is death. The other option is confession of said wrongs to God in humble prayer and asking His truth and help in not doing it again. The consequence is a burden lifted from your shoulders and feeling good, having peace and joy then Eve tually death. The thing is that everyone dies, sooner or later, a few my age that I know have passed already. And would you rather die in poverty of conscience and full of lies which steal joy and peace or rich in conscience in truth and joy and peace? You see, the answer to that question is a commitment to act accordingly. And it is ever so serious because there is a forever and however you die, which of those only two possible scenarios, is how your eternity will continue forever. You get to choose. You choose right now. Every choice is a purposeful choice to one of those outcomes and you alone are the boss of it. You may not be able to control very much of your life at all but you and only you fully own how your eternity and even life now will go. So I for one see much wisdom and importance I. Confessing to God in prayer every little thing I do wrong and humbly asking Him for help to not screw up again. I like peace and joy and truth. Feels great on. 🙂

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