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Shame

ShameEdward T. Welch:

God extends his compassion and his mighty, rescuing arm to take away shame. Jesus both experienced shame and took our shame on himself, so shame no longer defines us. In fact, by grace through faith, it is no longer part of us. Then, in an act that seems inconceivable, God goes a step further: he marries and exalts those who once were shamed. (Isa. 54:4-5) (When People are Big and God is Small)

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  1. Reblogged this on My Delight and My Counsellors.

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  2. *When People Are Big and God is Small* is an extremely helpful book for people-pleasers like me.

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