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It’s hard admitting a problem
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One of the biggest problems we humans have is admitting when we are wrong or admitting we have a problem.

We see this in relationships where it’s always the other person at fault, and we see it in the area of addictions where we really don’t have a problem but rather an occasional slip-up.

One of the main areas we see this is in the area of sin – most people think of themselves as “good people” and not as sinners in need of a Savior.

The Bible makes it clear in Romans 3:23 that we “all have sinned,” and 1 John 1:10 tells us that “if we claim we have not sinned, we make him (God) out to be a liar.”

The same is true, whether we are talking about an addiction or our spiritual life. The first thing we must do to get help is to admit that we have a problem. As long as a person lives in denial they will never change.

The good news is that there is help and hope available to every person who will admit they have a problem. We at the church have a group of people who meet at 7 p.m. every Tuesday offering life recovery for those struggling with any addiction.For those who need your sins forgiven and in need of a Savior, Jesus is waiting with open arms.

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