Prescription 1: Guilt

What is the guilt pill?

Throughout our day, we take several guilt pills. Why!. The answer is quite simple. The guilt trips lead to taking remorse medication. We need to take a dose because we make mistakes, be embarrassed, or confess a feeling of inadequacy. Your desires to be remorse-free, ignore jealous people, handle unweclome situations and deal with unforseen circumstances remind us of our failures. For example, looking over your day, you may have noticed that you could have handle that situation differently. On the contrary, that does not classify as being irresponsible.

Let us take a moment to define guilt. It is “a feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offense, crime, wrong, etc., whether real or imagined.” guilt Our goal is to avoid the blaming entrapment.That is to say; we are to be held accountable for our words and actions. Therefore, we do not need to take remorse medicine.

Defense Against The Guilt Pill

Try not to take the guilt (shame) pill. On the other hand, do take the Bible’s prescription below:
1. Ask God to search your heart
2. If you need to repent, do so.
3. Spiritually and physically SHAKE THE SHAME OFF.shake it off
“You gotta shake shake shake
Like you’re change change changed
Brand new looks so good on you
So shake like you’ve been changes”
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4. Quote God’s word verbally “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ” (Romans 8:1 NIV).
5. If you need to ask someone for forgiveness, approach the person in a Christ-like way.
Now, we can shut the door on the unwanted guilt pill. At the same time offer your freedom from the guilt-pill

Wholesome medication available to combat guilt pills

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