What Bible says about Sorry?

Who said sorry in the Bible?

Jeremiah prays for 10 days, at the end of which God tells him that the Judeans must stay in the Promised Land. God promises that if they remain, He will “rebuild” them and make them a great people once again. Then God does something astonishing, something He has never done before: He says sorry!

How do you let God know your sorry?

Ask God to forgive you for what you’ve done.

Just as you would with other people, after saying you are sorry you must ask to be forgiven. There is no special prayer you have to pray to earn forgiveness from God. All you have to do is ask him to forgive you, through Jesus Christ, and believe that he will forgive you.

Why we need to say sorry for our sins?

A sincere apology allows you to let people know you’re not proud of what you did, and won’t be repeating the behavior. That lets people know you’re the kind of person who is generally careful not to hurt others and puts the focus on your better virtues, rather than on your worst mistakes.

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Where in the Bible does it talk about apologizing?

Mark 11:25. And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your father in heaven may forgive you your sins.

What sins Cannot be forgiven by God?

In the Book of Matthew (12: 31-32), we read, “Therefore I say to you, any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven.

How do you say sorry to God in prayer?

Lord, please forgive me for what I have done to you. I offer up this forgiveness prayer in hopes that you will look at my mistakes and know that I did not mean to hurt you. I know you know I’m not perfect. I know that what I did went against you, but I hope that you will forgive me, just as you forgive others like me.

What are the 3 worst sins?

These “evil thoughts” can be categorized into three types: lustful appetite (gluttony, fornication, and avarice) irascibility (wrath) corruption of the mind (vainglory, sorrow, pride, and discouragement)

How do you truly forgive and let go?

Acknowledge your emotions about the harm done to you and how they affect your behavior, and work to release them. Choose to forgive the person who’s offended you. Move away from your role as victim and release the control and power the offending person and situation have had in your life.