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Dealing with Guilt at its root

Many people feel like they're worthy of blame. Yes, it's true to be in a spot of blame if you actually did something wrong. But, what happens when you feel guilty but cannot pinpoint the source of the problem? What happens if you're guilty, but haven't solved a situation? How do you get to peace in your heart, if all is there is guilt? These questions are to seek GOD about. Guilt should not operate in our lives. A sense of condemnation can rob someone of joy, peace, and prosperity in their life.

What is guilt? It can be defined in a couple of ways. The first is a state of having done a wrong deed or committing an offense, legal or ethical. The second of such is a painful feeling of condemning oneself for having done something sinful, wrong, or even immoral. Not all feelings of guilt, however, are legitimate. Sometimes, evil activity in our mindsets can cause guilt to appear for no reason. Have you ever tried to pinpoint the root of guilt? Try to do this, if you struggle with guilt.

Let's sort out guilt a bit more, so you can have help finding its root.

Consequences of Guilt

The Guilt Resolution

It's best to identify the source of your guilt and bring it before GOD. Between you and Him, you can pinpoint the issue and solve it. It takes prayer, deep thinking, and patience to accomplish this. It's hoped that you find the answer to this situation and get the help you need, because our help comes from the Lord.