living with a clear conscience

@jobmoone (442)
March 16, 2010 2:27am CST
Do christian live with a clear conscience in every day of their lives? Do wrongdoings get objective to fix it easily and not just using subjective behavior to end the problem within or outside circumstances...Its hard to find some living with the fruits of spirit nowadays.
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@Margajoe (4718)
• Germany
21 Mar 10
I use to blame myself for everything. That is the way I was programmed through life and church. Since I have learned to except myself the way I am, like I would except others the way they are, I don't feel that guilty conscience anymore. When I have problems, I talk about them. Get it all cleared out of the way. I am not perfect, neither is anyone else. I have the right to make mistakes. Without mistakes I cannot learn anything. I have always tried not to judge others, so why should I judge myself. I do my best in life, and that is all I can do. When you don't respect yourself, you cannot respect an other. When I was young, I did not understand this. But believe me, it is true.
@athlon24 (106)
• Philippines
16 Mar 10
Living with a clear conscience depends highly on your understanding of who you are in Christ. Your understanding of your identity as a son of God can help you to go through daily living. Making mistakes are part of life. Having wrong decision are part of learning. And also, doing wrong things voluntarily are part of our humanity. To be a Christian does not mean that you suddenly became the perfect man or you immediately possess the fruit of the Spirit. It is a daily walk with God. And if you walk with God, sooner or later you will realize that you have a perfect Father who can make you understand the meaning of forgiveness, grace and love. At the same, God wants to direct your path straight and will challenge you to obey and trust Him so that your maturity will be complete.