Shame | Chester Wright | Level One
The Emotions of Shame
Sometimes people have so buried the source of their shame that they live in denial that they have any shame at all. However, the evidences of shame are irrefutable. Shame has many distinct, symptomatic emotions which the person with shame cannot bury. When a preponderance fo these emotions are resident in an individual, it is sufficient proof that exists in their being even if they deny that they have any shame at all. Those who would minister to those with shame will occasionally encounter those who will vehemently deny that they have shame. Using the list of emotions supplied in this teaching is on of the only way to begin to persuade someone to consider their situation and to allow themselves to be helped.
One of the most important things to remember when dealing with the emotions of people with shame is: feelings do not have to be true to be real. This point must be made to those who have come to the place of believing that everything that they feel is true because they feel it. As long as they believe that they will never be free! Feelings and facts are not synonymous. Felling something does not prove that it is true!
Your Failures are Not Final
Chester M. Wright
Antioch, The Apostolic Church
Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.
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