Caught – Bishop T.D. Jakes

We have all been caught in sin at some point in our lives. The public fallout and humiliation that came with it can be as damaging as our own guilt. But even though you may have endured the consequences of your sin, know that the conviction of God is not condemnation but redemption. Humanity may condemn you, but God is fair, just, and acting on your behalf. When you’re hurting, in pain, and caught red-handed, look for Jesus and He will stoop down to be with you where no one will!

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Message: Caught
Scripture: John 8:1-11 (KJV)
Speaker: Bishop T.D. Jakes
Date: April 3, 2022

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  1. Hi everyone! Please pray for me. I need the Holy Spirit to guide me.

    I have been going to a church with my parents. I am currently in a church that condemns makeup, jewelry, pants, cutting hair in women and more. They don’t allow the Holy Spirit to work and change people but instead, they force people into changing the way they dress by telling them they are in sin for wearing what they prohibit. My Pastor found out that I, a worship member, wear the things he condemns outside of church. I never did it with bad intentions. I only wanted to have the opportunity to sing and in order to sing, I had to dress the way they wanted me to.

    After 6 months of being there, I have been found out. I either have to stay there and face discipline (not sing with the worship team) or leave. The latter is scary for me. I have never chosen a church to go to. I always went wherever my parents went. I am scared and confused. I don’t know what church to go to if I were to leave.


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