From subtle, nagging thoughts that we’ve done something wrong, to a stricken conscience—most of us have wrestled with guilt pangs in some form. They may point us in a better direction when we’ve done something less than admirable, or even harmful. But what if we’ve righted the wrong, or know that no wrong has been done, and yet still feel guilty? What if that guilt is keeping us from going forward with our lives, from healing the pains and wounds that need to be healed? Our guests have come face to face with these issues and have found practical answers in a higher concept of God and of themselves.
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