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Believers who love to win,

are unsatisfied with Jesus and His imputed worthiness, because we feel the need to prove ourselves winners, because we suppress how much we feel like losers, deep inside.  Until we become aware of our hidden sin of wanting worthiness of our own, we will not be emotionally-and-spiritually healthy, and until we can accept ourselves as deeply-dysfunctional followers of Jesus, we will not be emotionally-and-spiritually healthy.  We believers who love to win, are critical, judgmental of others and self, and we do not experience the benefit of Jesus — Jesus-dependency/humility and the accompanying peace and joy that have nothing to do with circumstances.

–ShepherdDave, who sorta sees the problem, but needs fresh conviction of the sin of confidence/pride/worldliness/independence to momentarily be DumbSheepDave, experiencing the benefit of Jesus, so the pre-believers around him might want this too

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