Browsing All posts tagged under »Guilt«

Getting Published in the Oilfield Journal!

August 9, 2013

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I am very excited to announce that the latest article on this blog, Conviction vs. Guilt: Is there a difference? is going to be published in a local publication based out of west Texas called The Oilfield Journal.  This will be my personal first publication as a writer. I am extremely grateful for them and Susie Lindley–the […]

Conviction vs. Guilt: Is there a difference?

July 30, 2013

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Conviction and guilt often get placed into the same basket, along with shame. But do they belong together? I don’t think they do. Guilt is a method of control, no matter what form it may take. It is used by people to convince or drive people into doing, being, or saying what they think is […]

Guilt, Shame, and Panic: Are they justified?

March 7, 2013

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“How dangerous a master human emotion is!”  ― Watchman Nee We’ve all been there: you wake on Saturday after sleeping in a bit from a hard week at work. You wake up, grab some coffee, maybe spend some time with Jesus for awhile, and realize you have nothing to do for the day (or you just […]