11 personal sins that I choose to confess and renounce

This is extremely transparent, and I believe that most of us can identify. Thank you, John Eli!

John Eli

I couldn’t believe my eyes. Had this pastor lost his mind? Were my eyes and ears playing tricks on me? Had he really changed? “This this was great news,” I thought to myself, “but how about all the people that he previously hurt by his actions?” Would he apologize to them now that his stance changed? Or would he just pretend as if something never happened? What started off as excitement, on my part, soon turned into anger and bitterness. With each rewind, of my memories reel, I replayed the moments where I witnessed the public shaming of many loved ones, as they faced some of the darkest moments in life. “They deserve an apology!,” I thought to myself. “And furthermore, it needs to be a public one,” I demanded.

I shamelessly sat festering in this mindset for several days. However, in the midst of my childish meltdown, the

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