Do You Think Chris Brown Apology To Everyone Should Be Forgiving How Do You Feel About It
Everyone needs forgiveness. If you don't, how will qualify for forgiveness when you mess up if grace isn't shown to another?
I think the fact that Chris Brown is apologizing for his actions and taking responsibility for it, is highly respectable. So yes, I think he should be forgiven. There's not many men in this day and age where it seems like its the thing for men to beat their women when ever they feel like it who would apologize and take responsibility like Chris did. Most of them blame the women, "She made me do it", sounding like kids rather than men. Chris didn't do any of that. He stood tall in the court room during the sentencing and took his consequences. So respectable.
I hope that the Chris and Rhiahna situation changes this problem in our society.
by Leslie A. Shields 8 years ago
We know that we will be better off if we forgive all of those things and and all of those people that have caused us pain....In this thread, ask for or give forgiveness. You don't have to give specific in details if you don't want to.I ask that Christians who have hurt people be forgiven.
by Carolee Samuda 3 years ago
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by threekeys 2 years ago
Does forgiving mean you are then friendly towards that person or situation
by Mohan Kumar 5 years ago
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by Joan Whetzel 5 years ago
Have you ever felt the need for revenge?What did you do about it? Did you pull of some sneak revenge? Did you plan the revenge but not do anything about it? Did you find some way to train your brain onto something else more constructive?
by underhiswings 9 years ago
Reasons for or against?How many times do you forgive for the same thing?How many times have you been forgiven for the same thing?What kind of proof do you need in order to believe the offender really seeks forgiveness? What kind of forgiveness do you offer?Do you go to the offender or wait until...
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