Free on Kindle for a limited time: Pardoned or Paroled?

Pardoned or Paroled?: Escaping a Prison of Guilt to Find Freedom in Christ,  Kindle Edition by Jefferis Peterson (Author) 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review Do you feel sad, guilty, unworthy, or ashamed? Does it seem that no matter what you do, you can’t live up to God’s standards? Are you always trying to be on your best behavior, but still feel like you aren’t being good enough? If you always have the feeling you are being watched and judged, then you know what it means to be living on parole. God does not want you to live that way. He wants you to know his love. He wants you to feel freedom and joy.   See all 3 formats and editions Kindle $0.00 kindle unlimited logo Read with Kindle Unlimited to also enjoy access to over 1 million more titles$0.00 to buy Paperback $15.00

Are you Pardoned or Paroled?

Pardoned or Paroled? Escaping a Prison of Guilt to Find Freedom in Christ

Do you feel sad, guilty, unworthy, or ashamed? Does it seem that no matter what you do, you can’t live up to God’s standards? Are you always trying to be on your best behavior, but still feel like you aren’t being good enough? If you always have the feeling you are being watched and judged, then you know what it means to be living on parole. God does not want you to live that way. He wants you to know his love. He wants you to feel freedom and joy.

Feeling Guilty? There is a Remedy

A guilty conscience is a constant accuser. You can’t escape from yourself. But there is a way to find peace with a cleansed conscience.

Law, Lawlessness and Legalism

“Judge not, lest you be judged” has been misinterpreted to mean that no matter what anyone does, we should not judge the behavior. He pointed out that we are not to condemn someone for their sins, lest we get condemned for ours, but that does NOT mean we are not to discern what is right and wrong, or identify certain behaviors as sin.Grace does not mean there is no law and we are free to behave any way we wish. Grace is to lead us to holiness, which is the walking in the presence of God and reflecting his character.

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