Have you ever considered that Jesus takes personally what we do or say to another person? Two New Testament passages make this particularly clear. In Matthew 25, Jesus commends the righteous for ministering to His practical and personal needs, and He condemns the wicked for failing to do so. Both groups are perplexed as to […]
Reconciled with God and Others
What Does It Mean to Have a Clear Conscience?
Having a clear conscience means there is no obstruction in our fellowship with God or anyone else. It means we are careful to avoid sinning against God or others with our words, actions, or attitudes. It also means that when we do sin, we quickly repent, admit our failure to all offended parties, ask their […]
Life in the Zone
If you’ve ever watched the NBA basketball playoffs, you’ve doubtless been impressed by some superstar player, like Michael Jordan or LeBron James. At time you may have heard an announcer say, “Wow, he’s really in the zone!” When a player is in the zone, and that individual gets hold of the ball, it’s going in […]
Obedience Is Rooted in Love
Revive editor Del Fehsenfeld interviewed Ryan Loveing, lead revivalist on one of Life Action’s church event teams, regarding why so many believers don’t obey Jesus even though they’ve claimed Him as their Savior and Lord. Del: The New Testament records Jesus asking His disciples an obvious question: “Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and not […]
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What does it mean to have a clear conscience?
This is one of the most powerful and practical principles of personal revival. It can also be one of the most difficult.
To have a clear conscience toward others means we have taken whatever steps are necessary to deal with every sin we may have committed against every other person. It means we can look everyone we know in the eyes without shame.View All Pathways