I’m Sorry

Godly sorrow can see, godly sorrow leads to repentance, and godly sorrow always leads to confession. God’s goal is not to make you feel bad or beat you up. Instead, God’s truth helps you see the way, see the sin, confess the wrong, and move away from it.

As you will learn, David set a clear example of following these steps, so allow his example to be a blueprint for you. When we confess our sin to our Heavenly Father, he forgives us. Just as important, though, the enemy loses power over us.

I Give Up

The words “I give up” are typically not popular words. However, those are the words God wants to hear. Our default approach is to act like the only way our situation could be controlled is in our hands. The reality is, it is only safe in His hands. So, what is the solution? Hand it over. Hand over your life. Hand over your addiction, your anxiety your relationship problem, or your work problem. It’s not easy. It takes work. But you’ve got to hand it over. Cease resistance and say those three words. I. Give. Up.

I Love You

When was the last time you said I love you? When was the last time you said I love you to Jesus?

There are many ways to convey to Jesus I love you. Our baptism is the initial way we say I love you to Jesus. We can say it in our prayer time instead of presenting Him with needs and wants. We can sing it in worship when we lift our voices instead of letting others do it. We have so many ways to say it, but the most important thing is to say it.

I Believe

“I believe” is not merely a phrase. It is a life decision. As Stuart said, “When our heart is ready to follow and ready to live a life that walks with Jesus, our mouths are prepped to say the words, “I believe Jesus is Lord.”

The big question is, what keeps people from saying those words? To quote Stuart, “What keeps people from walking down the aisle and saying those words is…themselves.” Get out of your way and say those words.