What if people are afraid of admitting their sin?

(Interviewer) I think there’s the fear that whenever sin is exposed in your life, you feel less than the next person. Why did I get exposed in this…why did I get shown up to have this flaw, this weakness, this terrible thing in my life. I’m a failure.

(Henry Wright) Now wait a minute. You weren’t afraid until I told you what was behind your bondage. You were just in bondage by ignorance. Should we just be in bondage by ignorance? At least we’re not afraid that way.

(Interviewer) That’s what we’re working at this week. We’re all struggling, and the enemy attacks different ones of us in different ways. Some of us are vulnerable in one area, some are vulnerable in another.

(Henry Wright) We all have our journey. We have our areas. We’re all growing up together, and because I see this in your life, I may have this in my life. You know I’ve been saved now for almost 21 years, and when I was saved I was only 79% darkness. I had 21 % self-righteousness hidden in me. Now I’ve been saved for almost 21 years, and I did my little test the other day. I was excited; you know why? I’m over 79% sinless. I’ve only got 21% darkness still in me. Does it bother you that you’re talking to a man that is not sinless? The Bible says we’re all working out our own salvation daily.

12 Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.

Philippians 2:12 KJV

It absolutely says that this is something that you’re working out.

Original Source: Be In Health Global, Henry W. Wright, Donna Wright. It’s a New Day Interview with Henry W. Wright and Donna Wright: 2004.
DVD Course Material. Pleasant Valley Church, GA, 2006. Print.