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Thinking Clearly About Myself

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Thinking Clearly About Myself
  • Thinking Clearly About Myself

Stuart Briscoe

The renewed mind thinks clearly about “the self.” This is important because, as John Stott points out, “Our ‘self’ is not a simple entity that is either wholly good or wholly evil, and therefore to be either totally valued or totally denied. Instead, our ‘self’ is a complex entity of good and evil, glory and shame, which on that account requires that we develop more subtle attitudes to ourselves.”

Scripture: Romans 12:3

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