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I have a confession to make: I’m bad at confessing.
Growing up, I was the kid who found pride in being as good as possible. Doing all the right things, knowing all the right answers, and making all the right choices. My identity was built around being as airtight of a human being as possible.
Until I realized that, no matter how much I fooled myself, this simply wasn’t the case.
Around 5 years ago, I started to become more aware of my own fallenness, my own inescapable brokenness. I, like Isaiah in chapter 6 of his book, came face to face with a holy God and couldn’t help but to reply, “Woe is me! I am a man of unclean lips.”
But, even though my awareness has heightened, part of me still wants to hold on to this idea that I’ve got it all together.
That’s why confession is hard for me. Continue reading “Pilgrimage Tour: Day 3—Hear Now the Confession of Your People”