KANSAS CITY, Kan. (BP) – "Am I not worthy? Doesn't God love me?"
A "no" response to those two questions isn't really reflective of God's nature. Indeed, countless Bible verses indicate God's love and caring for us. Guilt over past misdeeds can raise these depressive/destructive accusations; but more often, our faults and foibles are used by Satan to accuse us, or distract us, or separate us. Plain and simple, such feelings are satanic attacks.
It's rare to get spiritual profundity at the movies, but occasionally, Hollywood is helpful. The 2002 film "The Emperor's Club" points out that a person's character is not formed by one negative act. Nor, for that matter, one positive act. A life is made up of moments that reveal character – moments that allow for development of that character. You're going to goof up. It's what you do upon realization of your wrongdoing that points to your character.
Name a biblical character other than Jesus who didn't at some point behave poorly.