Andrew Wommack: Let This Kingdom Truth Set You Free

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Does your conscience bother you?

Andrew Wommack doesn't believe Satan told Adam and Eve they were naked. Instead, their consciences did. And he says Christ-followers must learn to purge their own conscience to walk in greater intimacy with Christ.

"God did not tell Adam and Eve they were naked. And, there is no indication that the devil told them they were naked," Wommack told Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of "Greenelines" on the Charisma Podcast Network. "I believe it was their own conscience that condemned them.

"A lot of times people just think that if they feel convicted or condemned, like they're unworthy, that's it's God. And yet that's not the case. The truth is we aren't worthy ourselves, but through Jesus we are. It's all about who you are in Christ.

"When I began to realize that there was a part of me that I couldn't see in the mirror, I could feel in my emotions, I had to look at the Bible and just take what it says about me, that I'm a new person, old things have passed away and all things have become new.

"When I began to deal with myself and change my identity, that set me free from condemnation. And so, you must purge your conscience, and you need to understand that you are delivered from the curse of the law because Christ was made a curse for us."

For the rest of Wommack's teaching, listen to the podcast.

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