Hello Church Family!
One of my favorite childhood games to play was Sorry! However, to be honest, sometimes it is a lot easier to play the game of Sorry than to say you’re sorry.
If you’re going to have a family, it’s important to know how to say, “I’m sorry.” Because the facts are that sometimes we experience conflict and hurt within our family relationships. If we don’t know how to make things right, they can turn into something worse. Saying sorry is the start of the solution.
The other side of the coin is forgiving. Learning to let go of offenses is one of the healthiest things we can do for ourselves and our families. Lewis B. Smedes said, “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.”
I’m praying for you and your families. I hope you make it a practice to apologize quickly for any hurts you may cause and forgive and hurts others have caused you.
Blessings to you!
Hope Lives Here,