After a short introduction, Stern gets right to the heart of the matter—sin is an offense against God and we need to confess it to Him. He also speaks of confessing to others and knowing who to confess to, but the key point was well-made, the greatest impact of failing to confess sin is on our relationship with God.
The second half of the book serves as both an encouragement and challenge to the reader. Stern doesn’t want to give us a self-help, make-me-feel-better book. His desire is to be biblical.
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