TODAY IS SOOOO SORRY TUESDAY PART 1
This expression is seeking mercy for an action that was ignorantly or foolishly applied to someone. “Godly sorrow causes us to turn away from our sins and be saved. And we are certainly not sorry about that! But worldly sorrow brings about death. (2 Corinthians 7:10). I believe in the depth of me that Godly sorrow isn’t repetitive; in so many words when someone declares a Godly “SOOOO SORRY”they turn away from that which brought about harm. On the other hand worldly “SOOOO SORRY” is repetitive, and it will always bring about more harm.
Let’s take a moment to reflect on the last time we sinned against God, ourselves, or others. How did we feel? I can tell you how I felt as I was about to commit the sin “pleasurable onset” which is the mucky of my flesh. However right after the sin, I taken notice of that uncomfortable tone in my inner-self which was conviction prompting that godly sorrow Paul was speaking of in 2 Corinthians 7:9. This in itself allowed my soul to cry out SOOOO SORRY. Did you know that Godly sorrow releases us from the torment that waits to condemn us.
My friends there are no short-cuts in SOOOO SORRY, if they were I would’ve done found them all. Considering I’ve had to declare SOOOO SORRY on numerous occasions, so many I can’t even begin to count them. Furthermore I’ve had to deliver an action upon the SORRY “talk about humility”. Nonetheless I’ve learned to do it all that my Gods light on this earth may shine through in a dark world. "Look at what godly sorrow has produced in you. You are working hard to clear yourselves. You are ready to make sure that the right thing is done. In every way you have proven you are not guilty in that matter." (2 Corinthians 7:11).
This brings to mind one of my memorable moments of this expression. Several months ago someone said to me “you’re so mean.” I remember a time “before I identified with my God” I would’ve defended those very words with an argument of some sort. Thank you Jesus, I no longer need to defend what others think or say about me. However I must rectify any sin or harm I’ve caused to Gods beloved creation by declaring SOOOO SORRY. I politely asked them to explain it to me, and they taken the liberty to do just that. They said to me “I said SOOOO SORRY to you, and you refuse to accept my apology. “I looked them in the eyes with pity, for I clearly recognized the ego-enemy rearing its head of deceit. I then replied “I did forgive you, but I will no longer involve myself with your behavior, because your behavior exasperates from my relationship with God, myself and others. I then went on to say SOOOO SORRY for anything that I could have done to you. I forgive you, now forgive yourself.” Ignorantly or foolishly this person became agitated, and vengeful toward me. Still yet I remained in peace, and I have not spoken anything personally to harm them, nor have I tried to even the score. And when a negative thought arrives to suggest otherwise I bless them in all things.
Its amazing how each time we declare Godly sorrow, and act upon that sorrow by not allowing flesh on flesh to dictate our emotions we then become free to activate the laws of sowing (forgiveness) and reaping (forgiveness) in someone else’s life as well as our own.
Hopefully I’ll see you tomorrow for part 2 “SOOOO SORRY BUT WEDNESDAY”. I'm Susie L Hill blogging to stay free and free others.....
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