WEEK 2, I Must Confess My Sins

March 20, 2019

Read your Daily Cue Cards, first thing each morning, last thing each night. Start with Daily Cue Card number one (below) and read it twice daily for a week. Study the truths contain in it. Follow all the suggestions on the card. Each day applies the information to your life.

One of the greatest confessions of sin is found in the 32nd chapter of Psalms the 5th verse. Where David prayed, “Then I acknowledged my sin to You and did not conceal my iniquity. I said,“I will confess my transgressions to the Lord,”and You took away the guilt of my sin.Selah.” (HCSB)

Christians must realize there are things in their lives— language, attitudes, prejudices, habits, etc. — which become a hindrance to their witness.

Are you so sincere, in your desire to witness you will pray to God to make you aware of the thoughts, attitudes, and habits that are standing in the way of you becoming a powerful, effective witness?

Will you now confess your sins; even your little pet ones? Confession brings cleansing and cleansing prepares you for service.

It’s only when God has purged your soul of sin that the Holy Spirit can fill you for service. It’s when you are empty, that He fills you! Your vacancy sign is proof of God’s occupancy. By confessing your sins, you enable God to empower you for service.

The key to being a relationship witness is the complete confession of sin, all sin.

  • “How many iniquities and sins have I committed? Reveal to me my transgression and sin.” (Job 13:23, HCSB)
  • If we say, “We have no sin,” we are deceiving ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” (I John 1:8, 9, HCSB)