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4 Christian Cliches You Might Need To Stop Using

  1. All sins are the same. No sin is worse than any other.
    While all sin is an offense to a perfect God, some sins do much more damage than others. That’s why in the Old Testament, “different penalties and consequences are assigned to different kinds of transgressions.”

  2. God isn’t interested in making you happy; He’s interested in making you holy.
    The problem with this one? It pits holiness and happiness against each other, as if they were opposites. Instead, we must learn to change our perspective on what happiness actually means:
    “True happiness is not about us. It’s about God. It’s about being united with Him, which leads to wisdom and righteousness.”

  3. During times of suffering, you’ll be closer to God because you have to depend on Him more.
    You may feel closer in your suffering, Duncan says, but you may not. The Bible is filled with examples of both. The point is that we’re to seek and praise God no matter what—not to heap on shame if they don’t have the “right” feeling.

  4. If God feels distant, guess who moved?
    This is really like blaming the suffering person instead of embracing her. God may move away for His own mysterious reasons, and we just can’t be sure. “Don’t add to people’s pain by automatically declaring them guilty.”

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