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Christian talk radio with Chuck Swindoll

A 30-minute daily feature "committed to excellence in communicating Biblical truth and its application," Insight for Living has received tremendous response from across the country and around the world since its inception in 1977. Insight features the practical Bible teaching of best-selling author Chuck Swindoll. Chuck's forthright teaching style hits listeners "right where they live."

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Dec 10

Stop Blaming and Start Forgiving, Part 1

Blaming others is the longest-standing and the most common reaction to our own wrongdoing. It's our favorite game to play - in fact, it's a habit that humans have cultivated since life began. As we will see today, it was the reaction of the first man and woman when they were faced with their own failure in the Garden of Eden. Immediately, both played the blame game!

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Nothing can throw us into a pit of discouragement any deeper than shame. For many people, prolonged battles against humiliation can lead to protracted seasons of defeat. In fact, this emotional barrier of shame can become the sole obstacle to recovery. We'll discover today that shame serves little purpose unless we relinquish our failures to the only One who can heal.

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In our shame-prone culture, parents, bosses, teachers, and many pastors consciously or subconsciously urge people to connect their significance to what they produce. This prompts blame and favoritism, resulting in fear of risk and a total lack of innovation. How much better to respect and honor others - even when they fail to measure up to expectations or blow it big time!

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Shame. It's message is dreadfully debilitating and packed with pain. The corrosive effect it has on how we love, parent, work, and lead (to name only a few) is enormous. As one authority on the subject has written, "Shame keeps us small, resentful, and afraid, which is the way many choose to live their lives." Shame is, primarily, the fear of disconnection.

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Shallowness is not attractive. This is true, not so much in children, but in the lives of adults who ought to know better. Many are satisfied to skate along, hitting the high spots, seldom deliberately pausing to probe deeper . . . think deeper. If you realize you're not as deep a person as you would like to be, you can make decisions that will change the course of your life.

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