Phantom

Phantom

60-80% of amputees experience the sensation of a phantom limb. Invisible toes curl, imaginary hands try to grasp things, or a ‘leg’ feels so sturdy a patient will even try to stand on it.’ This feeling is also associated with intense pain.

Oftentimes we as Christians hold on to phantom sin in our lives. After we have asked God to forgive our sins, we forget to also forgive ourselves. We let the feeling of guilt for past mistakes haunt us—even after we bring them to God.

Christ died for our sins—all of them. And when we come to Him, He does not condem us, but bid us to “go, and sin no more.”

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Kojo on January 7, 2013 at 3:03 am

    Takes lots of strength to play soccer even wit two good legs, so seeing him wit one leg is incredible

    Reply

  2. Posted by Breanna McMahon on January 7, 2013 at 7:13 am

    Wow, powerful message, sister! 🙂 It’s incredible how easily we forget this. Amen, and God bless!

    Reply

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