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The Problem with Asking for Forgiveness

Doug talks about why it might not be biblical to ask someone for forgiveness. This show delves into the process of repentance and looks at how sinners should pursue reconciliation with the people they have sinned against.



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2 Responses to The Problem with Asking for Forgiveness

  1. Deb O. April 1, 2019 at 5:39 pm #

    Oh if only you had been my husband’s and my pastor 7 years ago. All I ever wanted to see was a change in his heart. I kept waiting for him to say, “Whatever it takes for you trust me again” and then watch his actions.

    Legally separated all this time but no longer holding my breath. Some moments are harder than others but I’m keeping my vows even though he’s abandoned me. That’s on him, before God.

    You are absolutely right. Forgiveness is not reconciliation. I had forgiven many times before but finally demanded true godly repentance and reconciliation, which he still is not willing to work toward.

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