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Truly Sorry! Be specific! Explain exactly what you feel sorry about! For example, if it's a question about words you used, explain, that maybe you should have used different words. Words can hurt a lot. So, taking them back is no big deal. But, of course, all of this can also be a power play. To exert dominance over another human being, to have them be subserviant to you, often evokes subtle methods to "control that person." And, part of that control mechanism, it to make them fall into that dreadful state of mind of feeling guilty. You must exact a response to your "specific" statement of "feeling sorry" by stating that "it wasn't easy for me to say I'm sorry and that I would appreciate it if you (the other party) would recognize that fact by saying so."
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no. often the only reason why people are seemingly so cofidant and\\or arogant and brag is BECOUSE they feel so inferiore and\\or unconfident. people take down other people on…ly to make themselvs look better because they feel threatened by the other person and\\or inferior so they try to make the other person look bad so they look good.........sorry I'm being confusing aren't I? lol sorry hope it helped a little bit anyways.... No they are actually full of fear about how fragile they are.
There is no certain way to love someone, you just fall deeply and it is amazing. Some people get nervous in the pit of your stomach, and some people blush. But if you are that… sereous about them, nothing can stand in your way, but yourself. Maybe even talk to them about it? Yea?
If someone hooks up with other guys but is truly sorry and never does it again does this mean she never loved him and could she get over what she did and not feel guilty?
Answer well it means she never loved him! she used him =[!!!!!!!!!!!!! maybe!
Best clue is what he does after this.
There are at least four things that could demonstrate this. Firstly, one who is truly sorry will want to make appropriate restitution if possible. This is usually done direc…tly to the offended party. Sometimes a simple apology will suffice, but at other times some other kind of restitution would be appropriate, such as if something is broken or stolen that belonged to another. Secondly, one who is truly sorry will seriously endeavor not to repeat the offense. If they are truly sorry they will realize the offense they have caused and so not repeat it. Thirdly, and somewhat connected with the previous, is a sense of empathy with the wronged party or at least an understanding of why the other party is aggrieved. Fourthly, there ought to be a sense of humility for offending another such that being sorry is required. This will bring with it a change of heart and possibly a greater desire to put others first. Interestingly, most, if not all of these are present in the story of Zaccheus, if not directly, at least by implication. Luke 19:8-9 (King James Version) 8And Zacchaeus stood, and said unto the Lord: Behold, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor; and if I have taken any thing from any man by false accusation, I restore him fourfold. 9And Jesus said unto him, This day is salvation come to this house, forsomuch as he also is a son of Abraham.
there is never any way to be truly 100% certain, the only way you can known is if they tell you. there are signs; looks etc, but these can sometimes be misconstrued as a…ttraction, friendship, not necessarily love. all you can do is wait for them to tell you or ask them
I'd say it depends on what you did that warrants an apology
most times not. ANSWER: Maybe some yes, but in reality most of married men will feel sorry for what they did because they get caught. During their affair they don't feel remo…rse because they are getting what they need and at the same time some will fall in love with the mistress.
yes, I do
No. They are not real.
Is it possible for someone to truly believe he is saved after making a biblical confession of faith but in fact he is not?
One view would be that this is not possible, because if you really believe that is called faith and if you have faith that jesus died for you then you shall be saved. As long …as this is real belief and not pretending to believe. Many times the Bible speaks about this e.g Romans 10:9. He died for the whole world but there are some people that chose not believe that so they won't be saved. It's a free gift but like any free gift you just have to accept that it was given to you.
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How do you get someone to know your truly sorry and that you'll never mess up again and mean every word of it I think I may have lost my future wife don't know what to do?
Dont give up saying sorry n show dat ur trully sorry.
If you something wrong to your guy friend you should just say sorry and if you don't just don't be friends.Hope that this can help you.:)
THE BIBLE states in Genesis 3:19 "I used dust to make you, and when you die, you will become dust again." (Easy to Read Version) "for dust you are and to dust you shall retu…rn." (Amplified) "you were made out of soil, and you will once again turn into soil." (CEV) This tells us that before we existed as a living being, we were non-existent; we were simply dust. Before we were created / born, there was absolutely no evidence of our existence. Genesis states that that's where we shall return to, upon our death. We came from dirt - - - we return to dirt. Dirt itself is a NON-life element. That's what THE BIBLE states. But many people believe other things. They believe that when we die, we don't really die. Even people who call themselves 'Christian' believe such. To put it another way: Ezekiel 18:4 states: "The soul that sins, it itself will die." Therefore 'souls' - - - do DIE. Again, some people who call themselves 'Christian' believe otherwise. They believe that when we die, we really don't die, but that something inside of us (they call a 'soul') keeps living. They teach that 'souls' are immortal. But THE BIBLE states that 'souls do die'; thus they are very 'mortal'. The Bible even calls 'animals' - - souls. Thus when animals die, they too return to the dust, from whence they came; and they didn't even 'sin'. Nothing keeps living. They are truly dead - - when they die. (But the Bible also teaches a 'Resurrection'. Of course that's a 'resurrection' from death. Just as God created us from dust the first time; God can easily create us from dust a second time. But in the meantime, we are dead / non-existent.) Please click on the 'discussion page' link below, for quotes from scholars, theologians. Another Answer: Assuming by the use of your term 'truly' you understand that Scripture tells us that all humans will die - which is described as 'sleeping' and awaiting our call to Judgement (except the firstfruits) - then you are referring to the potential 2nd death in the Lake of Fire - permanently destroying the incorrigible, unrepentant person. But this awaits a relatively small number of humans compared to the vast majority that will receive the gift of eternal life in the God Family. Romans 6:23New King James Version (NKJV) 23 For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Jesus Christ, son of God, is truly divine and truly human.
In The Bible
Truly believing in God is when you ask God to forgive you of your sins and turn away from your sins. You recognize that He is Lord of all, and you ask Him to come into you…r heart. Beyond that, it is fully surrendering everything to Him. God will bring you joy, peace, and comfort even through the trials. God bless!