• Shana Goodson

Moral Compass

Updated: Jul 31, 2019

Be careful of your actions behind closed doors. Whatever is done in the dark eventually will come to light. Your private life should mirror your public life. When your private life does not match your public life, God will allow it to be exposed not to punish you, but to help you develop a healthy moral compass.


True character is defined when you make the right decisions when no one else is watching. If someone were to ask five different people about you; what would they say? You may not be the "sharpest" knife in the kitchen, but always strive to be the "cleanest". God is aware of the fact that we are human beings who will make mistakes; therefore, He expects His children to have a healthy moral compass, to be convicted, not guilty. Guilt is a tactic the enemy uses to force us to look down on ourselves and to belittle us. Guilt is a form of shame that seeks to remind us of what we have done, while conviction is God's love prompting us to acknowledge what we've done wrong. There is therefore now no condemnation to those in Christ Jesus, according to Romans 8:1. But God desires for His children to possess a heart of repentance like King David (Psalm 51).


Key Principle: “Your "reputation" is a mere "reflection" of your character!” ~Matthew 6:22-23


Peace and Blessings,



Dr. Shana

Founder and Executive Director

On Time Breakthrough Ministries, Inc.

www.ontime-breakthrough.org

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