- 2 years ago
Please listen to the talk on line if you missed it and want the background to these questions.
Justyn Georges has studied eastern shame cultures extensively and lived in the far east for many years. He says this:
'My biggest discovery while learning about honour-shame has been the depth of my own shame. I began researching the topic for ministry purposes—how can I reach “them”—but have realized it has immense personal application as well. But the depth of shame in every heart is simply a display for the magnificence of God’s honour'
What do you think he means when he says the depth of shame in our heart is an opportunity for the display of the magnificence of God's honour?
How difficult is it to talk about shame and take steps to bring it out in the open?
What are the steps to come out from under the shadow of shame?
Those who look to Him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed Ps34:5