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WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2007  |  4 comments
Guilt-ridden turn to Internet to confess
Food was becoming an obsession bordering on worship, and the addict wanted to confess.

But not to a priest or a minister. The distraught person went to the computer.

"I have lost friends, jobs and opportunities because I put my addiction first. ... I have destroyed the perfectly good health that God gave me," the anonymous person wrote at dailyconfession.com. "I can't see how I can be forgiven. I knew better and I did not do better. I cannot stand myself."


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Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
They'd do well to confess according to the New Testament: In the congregation, to one another and God for their benefit(James 5).
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News Item5/2/07 1:50 PM
fuzzy logic | lab  Find all comments by fuzzy logic
Being forgiven and receiving peace with God is NOT a state of mind but a state of being AFTER being born again.

Making confession whether it be on the internet or to another sinner via face-to-partition-to-face may make you feel better but it will NEVER give you true peace from a forgiving Father who sent His only begotten Son to die for you and redeem you from your sinful nature.

The result of being forgiven by/of God is a new life and a supernatural desire to worship Him in righteousness for all of eternity, NOT merely a refreshed conscience (though in degrees this may be true of some) and a second wind to tackle life's new problems.

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News Item5/2/07 9:18 AM
Wayne M. | British Columbia, Canada  Find all comments by Wayne M.
davey,

you up early this morning; it's only 6:13AM..

Confessing your sins on the internt davey???

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News Item5/2/07 9:13 AM
davey | finland  Find all comments by davey
Well...well...well, guess our confession of sin is to an internet site and not God nor to the priest or pastor....times are a-changing. Terv, davet
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