An Open Apology


Thoughtful, provocative, honest, and gutsy. Repentance, personal and from the heart, deserves a platform.

I hear some of my own thoughts echoing in his words. So because I have never felt really comfortable with anything called “mainstream.” I guess it’s why the Lord led me to pastorates other than local church assemblies. An outlier? Maybe.

However, the love of God is stronger than the deepest darkness, mightier than any imagination, more fulfilling than our grandest plan.


5 thoughts on “An Open Apology”

  1. He’s absolutely right. We owe an apology. And then we need to start doing as 2nd Chronicles 7:14 and 1 Timothy 2:1-2 says. And that’s just for starters.

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