The Trinity Of Opposition: Guilt, Shame and Rejection (And How To Overcome It)

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“The primary object of crucifixion…was to impose shame on people. Jesus endured it all. But he despised the shame.”

–Derek Prince

“Not being loved is the worst sickness.”

–Mother Theresa

I have realized (I think) that the Catholic Church, as we loosely call it, has been engulfed by an error, and it is no minor error: The trafficking of shame. How many Catholics do you know, i.e. people raised as Catholics, who neither harbor shame nor seek to impose it on others?

That said, I believe that true Christianity is rooted in the opposite of shame.

“What is the opposite of shame? How many of you can tell me? I think the best opposite of shame, is glory.”

–Derek Prince

 

1 thought on “The Trinity Of Opposition: Guilt, Shame and Rejection (And How To Overcome It)”

  1. i am jumping out of my seat to read, here,
    this :

    ” …That said, I believe that true Christianity
    is rooted
    in the opposite of shame.

    “What is the opposite of shame? How many of you can tell me? I think the best opposite of shame, is glory.”

    …..and the [holy, merry] ghost of my Irish Catholic father, Thomas Augustin Kavanagh, is jumping, too ~I feel it.

    This is both magnificent
    AND,
    O,
    yes,
    truly,

    Magnifcat !

    “My soul doth magnify the Lord..and my spirit doth rejoice in God my Saviour..for He that is mighty hath done unto me great things ..”

    Thank you.

    Deeply synchronistic.

    love you, heaps.

    wow.
    [haleluja :-)]

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