Secrets that need to be made known will keep you up at night. They will preoccupy your conscience during the day. A secret that needs to be revealed will make you feel “icky” on the inside. Something won’t feel right in your heart, mind, tummy, or all three.  A secret has a way of whispering “you’ll be able to fix this yourself.”  When in reality–God knows we need others to help us with it. A secret is kept in the dark–a confession ushers us into light.  The antidote to a secret is a confession. Will there be consequence with a confession? Often. But the biggest blessing of turning a secret into a confession is God taking away the prison that’s been built around you. It’s being set free, walking without chains, and no longer being hostage to Satan. If there’s a secret that needs to be confessed, there’s a great freedom that awaits you on the other side of it. David wrote, “Then I acknowledged my sin to you and did not cover up my iniquity. I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord.” And you forgave the guilt of my sin.”  I hope this encourages someone today.

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