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Learning To Say “I’m Sorry”

Learning To Say “I’m Sorry”

Scripture Reading - James 5:7-16
Heart Work is Hard Work: Learning to say “I’m sorry”
The guilty heart is worn and damaged over time by regret and fear.
Learning to say “I’m sorry” alleviates the heart of guilt. It restores relationships, and heals old wounds.
“Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed.” James 5:16a
God models a healthy relationship when He bids us to confess our sins in thought, words and deed, for what we have done, and what we have left undone.

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