What does the proverb "A guilty conscience needs no accuser" means?

Question:if there is any example to better understand this proverb that will be great. thanks a lot

Answers:
It means you're already beating yourself up over whatever it was you did, so you don't need anyone to tell you what you did was bad. It means that if you KNOW that you are guilty (your conscience talking), then you need no one to tell you that you are guilty. We are all born with a God given sense of what is right and wrong and when you do something that violates this your conscience will continually trouble you until you either undo what you have done or repent of it.unfortunately some people self justify themselves and over ride the guilt which makes it easier each time to sin a little more then the last time.some people actually are so good at this that they live an entire life of self denial and become delusional about life and what they have done and continue to do to others.it is also why they tend to deny that God even exist as if they acknowledge God and what they will face if they remain unrepentant then they would have to change and stop sinning.unfortunately for them every living creature will one day find out they were not God ...God is God and there is a price to pay for their denial. you are your own worst enemy A person is aware of their own doings whether it is good or bad When someone is feeling guilt inside themselves it wreaks havoc with their brain and body even without being accused. They are paying their dues big time.

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