SORRY

The term "Sorry" is a gift of repentance and an act of repentance when genuinely said. Repentance has a lot do with changing one's behaviour; righting every wrong.

"Sorry" "Please" and "Thank you" belong to the family of the magic words, interestingly, as simple as they seem when uttered with profound remorse, they can save humans from troubles and catastrophe.

Before you utter the word "sorry" or the sentence "I am sorry," These three steps must come to play before it becomes effective;

Step 1: Recognize your guilt.

Step 2 : Trust that you'll be forgiven.

Step 3:  Refrain from misdeeds and strictly adhere by the rules.

Unfortunately, the term "sorry" has being abused, most people don't mean what they say and say what they mean.

Also, as a matter of fact, "sorry" can't be easily said by a lot of people due to ego, ignorance, stupidity or whatever the case may be. These negative attitude pose as a huge stumbling block from eventually being forgiven.

Don't be ashamed to say a genuine sorry when you err. It's the contrite heart that is ultimatum.

Anchor Scriptures:
*Luke 17:3 "Be on guard! If your brother sins, rebuke him, if he repents, forgive him."

*Hebrew 8:12 "For I will be merciful to their iniquities and I will remember their sins no more."


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Comments

  1. Gbam @ "It's the contrite heart that is ultimatum" I couldnt have said it any Better Ella.

    I however believe that 'SAYING' sorry is not as important as 'Showing' sorry. Plus let is not forget... that We all err.. But we don all heal.. So some stay adamant and refuse to forgive cause they have been hurt 1 too many times :(. It is well oh!

    Thank you for sharing Emmanuella. Cheers xx

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  2. Stil got som1 who hasnt forgiven me for years....even after all...wats d solution

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  3. @Manuel what did you do to the someone? lol, let's start from there.

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  4. @Manuel what did you do to the someone? lol, let's start from there.

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