(If they can prove to be trustworthy and show they have changed then there is Always hope of reconciliations. 9 times out 10 it does not work though. Trust us so hard to build back up and betrayal is a pain not easily forgotten.) I've lived with their betrayal all my life and I won't anymore. If it means that we do not coexist, so be it. They can go their way and me, mine.
Reconciliation, what does it mean … is it about restoring a friendly relationship? Or is it about creating a cohesive existence? The answer becomes evident when we remember our children our Mother Earth and our oldest prophesy, based on humanity and inter-connection, Peace On Earth! Being friendly can be instantly achieved with a smile for… Read More
thewordfortheday: Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the LORD. Lamentations 3:40Repentance does not mean rationalizing your sin.The path to a fresh start and a clear conscience begins with repentance. First, you review every area of your life, and then you repent of every sin.What does it mean to repent? It means three things: First, you take responsibility for your sin. Second, you turn away from those things. And third, you turn toward God and His grace.
Jesus is the Lamb of God who washed away our sin! Very cute Easter craft with great meaning. Yes Jesus is the Lamb God and I wonder how proud he would be of some of your pins and the language you used in the them. Showing what a good Christian does and how they treat other people
"Sacraments 101: Eucharist" - Join Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, as he explains the do's and don'ts and rights and wrongs of receiving Communion... Should Catholics receive communion on the hand or on the tongue? And how exactly are we supposed to do that reverently? Is there any other acceptable response besides "Amen?" ...and what does "amen" mean anyway?
No. 71 - What does Reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures mean, and how can early childhood educators—and the children in their care—contribute to it? Our latest e-Newsletter is the supporting document for the new Talking about practice video, ‘Exploring reconciliation in early childhood settings’. Find it here: http://wp.me/p2wNWe-16m
Reconciliation is at the heart of Christian faith. It is arguably the most radical and transforming work done by God and practiced in our own lives. In 2 Corinthians 5:19 the apostle Paul teaches us that through Christ, God was “reconciling the world to himself” and calls us to a ministry of reconciliation with each other. But what does reconciliation mean? Does it mean we forgive and forget? Or convince others that we are right?