I was just wondering if anyone has ever felt convicted for not feeling convicted? When you felt this way how did you interpret this? How did you deal with this? What did you find in this experience?
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I was just wondering if anyone has ever felt convicted for not feeling convicted?
I believe it happens quite often for many Christians. The feeling of getting used to our sins is what causes this to happen. Its hard to describe because we become so dormant to the sin that we don't even recognize it as sin anymore. When we don't feel convicted it is a dangerous thing. Detrimental to the Christian. I would argue it as one of the most successful tools of destruction the Devil uses on a child of God. I feel this way sometimes. I interpret it as an attack from the Devil. God wants us to recognize our sin, not ignore it. I deal with it by forcing myself to think hard about what it is I am not feeling convicted about. I consult close friends and ask them if what I am ignoring is even sin or not. Through their help and prayer, I am able to discern what I need to know. My prayer is that Christians don't become dormant to their sin. It is dangerous and detrimental to our faith in Christ.