Confessing Righteousness

Confessing Righteousness

“God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.” – 2 Corinthians 5:21 It’s good for us to confess our sins from time-to-time. It’s healthy to remember that we are not perfect and it’s important to be aware of our struggles and to share them with a family member, friend or neighbor. However, it’s even more important to confess our righteousness. Did you know that the Apostle Paul never once tells the Church to confess their sins? He tells us that sin kills, that it can harm us and that it’s bad for society, but he never says to confess it. Neither does Jesus. Paul says to confess our righteousness and justification. He tells us to confess the Lordship of Jesus. In fact, there are only two places in the Bible where it says to confess

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