Reflection & Confession, By Jan Johnson

Reflection & Confession

Spiritual Disciplines Bible Studies

by Jan Johnson

Reflection & Confession
  • Length: 63 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.5 × 8.25 in
  • Number of Studies: 6
  • Published: June 28, 2003
  • Imprint: IVP Bible Studies
  • Item Code: 2093
  • ISBN: 9780830820931

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Confessing sins is not easy. After all, it is always hard to admit when you are wrong!

Why do you need to confess your sins to God?

How can confessing sin to God and other people affect your daily life?

In this study guide, Jan Johnson covers the disciplines of reflection and confession. Going deeper in these areas will help you to recognize, savor and respond to God's abundant love and forgiveness.

"Jan Johnson gives realistic direction on what we can do to make connecting with God the basis of day to day existence. Such a relationship cannot be handed to us, but we can be led into it by someone who knows the way. She does. She opens a path on which anyone can actually and continuously grow in grace and in the knowledge of Jesus Christ--anyone, no matter their background or circumstances."

Dallas Willard, author of Hearing God and The Divine Conspiracy


Introducing Reflection and Confession
1. Believing in a God Who Heals - Psalm 103
2. Letting God Search My Heart - 1 Corinthians 13:1-7
3. Confessing to God - Psalm 51
4. Coming Clean to Others - 2 Samuel 11:22--12:14
5. Recognizing God's Presence in My Life - Psalm 65:1-13
6. Journaling - Jeremiah 15:10-21; 17:5-8
Guidelines for Leaders
Study Notes


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Jan Johnson

Jan Johnson is the author of over twenty books and more than a thousand magazine articles and Bible studies. A speaker, teacher, and spiritual director, she writes primarily about spiritual formation, social justice, and living with purposeful intentionality. Her books include Meeting God in Scripture, Abundant Simplicity, Hearing God Through the Year (editor), Enjoying the Presence of God, and Spiritual Disciplines Companion.

Jan holds a DMin in Ignatian spirituality and spiritual direction from the Graduate Theological Foundation and lives with her husband in Simi Valley, California.