Dealing With Our Emotions: Shame – Audio Message

Message Outline

Luke 22:52-64

What is Shame?

The painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, done by oneself or another. The feeling of shame comes from the belief that, “I am basically flawed, inadequate, wrong, bad, unimportant, undeserving or not good enough.” “The intensely painful feeling or experience of being flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging.”

#1 Good Intentions

#2 Painful Failure

Matt 26:73-74

73 A little later some of the other bystanders came over to Peter and said, “You must be one of them; we can tell by your Galilean accent.”74 Peter swore, “A curse on me if I’m lying—I don’t know the man!” And immediately the rooster crowed.

#3 Deep Regret

John 21:15-17

-4 ways to handle shame

  1. Know what triggers your shame.
  2. Speak to yourself like you speak to someone you love.
  3. Share your story with someone.
  4. Give Jesus your shame.

Reflection Question

What would you define in your life as shameful? Or when do you feel shame?

Next Steps:

Meditate on

Psalm 25:3

“No one who hopes in you will ever be put to shame,”

Practical Application:

The area that causes me shame is________________. Today I’m giving it to Jesus.

2 thoughts on “Dealing With Our Emotions: Shame – Audio Message

  1. Beloved Brother Ryan,

    I have kept you and family in prayer. I listened to your message on “Dealing With Out Emotions: Shame.” How relevant of a message while on this Christian journey, to help refocus on The Truth, not mistakes toward the mark. I am encouraged by it and grateful to your obedience to preach the word in love and detail.

    Good Cheer+

    Bro. Kerry

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