You’ve heard these verses, and read them on your own, countless times. How do you dig a little deeper?
And please, don’t pretend you mean “oh my goodness” or “oh my gosh,” because, no, you don’t. This is slang for taking the Holy Creator God’s name in vain. Period.
Again, this is a verse completely taken out of context and used to give false hope to countless women desperate for the real Truth that only Christ can bring.
Merriam-Webster defines shame as “a feeling of guilt, regret, or sadness that you have because you know you have done something wrong.”
But the why is why people are afraid to dive into Scripture on their own. Don’t be! You can do this! If the verse itself doesn’t tell you why it’s in the Scriptures (like I Chronicles 26:3, for example), a verse near it will (I Chronicles 26:19).
And sisters, this really is the end of the world as we have known it. There is no going back. What you and I grew up with? It’s gone; it’s time to put on our armor and go to war for Christ. Are you ready?
One caveat, here, sisters: do not just drop open your Bible, point your finger, and say, “This! This is what I’ll study!” It doesn’t really work that way.