There is something fundamental about saying you’re sorry. We teach it to our kids from a very young age. But just like our kids, it’s easy to demand someone say sorry to you, but when we have to say sorry it’s much more difficult. We’ve all heard apologies that aren’t really apologies: “If I hurt you, I’m sorry” “I’m sorry you feel that way!” “I’m sorry you feel that way”. In fact, many of us when faced with the failings of our own past would rather ignore and avoid our past wrongdoings rather than face them and ask for forgiveness. Join Pastor Tim as he looks at 5 hangups that can keep us from apologizing.

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