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The whole world seemed to stop for fifteen minutes to hear a confession this past week.  It must have been confusing for many of us who have professed our faith in Jesus Christ who we believe took the fall for all of our sins.  When Jesus died on the cross, he took all of our sin and guilt with him provided we confess our sins with a sincere heart.  From that point forward, we are not expected to be perfect but to stay close to our Lord in all of our life’s activities. 

In contrast to that approach, we learned that Tiger laid out a mission of improvement for himself until he can reach a point of acceptance.  The Bible indicates that all of our “goodness” and “improvements” are but filthy rags unless it is thru the blood of Christ and thru His forgiveness.  Just how good does someone become and thru what lens of judgment can someone use to determine if personal effort is good enough?  I love that Tiger has started a process that could lead to bringing his family back together.  His sins are no greater or less than yours or mine!  The Bible also teaches that we are all sinners and if we separated ourselves from God because of our sins, it matters not which sin we have committed. 

Either Jesus was the greatest fraud ever foisted on mankind, or He was the greatest gift mankind could ever imagine.  Christians often find themselves too meek to share the gospel truth and solution to their friends and family.  This has become part of the political correctness theme because it is considered bad manners to make those who do not believe uncomfortable.  What sins do you need to confess?  Where could you find someone close to you who needs to hear the gospel story?  Thanks to Bret Hume who not only shared his view of his own faith in Christ, but offered it freely to all who were listening including Tiger.  My prayer is that all who seek Him will find Him and willingly share the truth with all around them! 

I John 1:9 (NIV) “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” 

Monday Morning Message Sent 2/22/10


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