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Michael Vick - Confession and the rebuilding of character

Michael Vick's speaks out to end dog fighting
Michael Vick's speaks out to end dog fighting
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  • garth jones 5 years ago

    It is one thing to mourn for sin because it exposes us to hell, and another to mourn for it because it is an infinite evil. It is one thing to mourn for it because it is injurious to ourselves; another, to mourn for it because it is offensive to God. It is one thing to be terrified; another, to be humbled.
    GARDINER SPRING American clergyman I have a new found respect for MV! He served his time...

  • David Wilson 5 years ago

    Getting caught red handed and then publicly confessing falls far short of actual repentance. Would he be so repentant if he had not be caught?

    Sounds like a show for the sake of saving his public reputation. We'll see what Jesus thinks about it on judgment day.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    we should not place ourselves in the seat of judgement, that is set aside for the HOLY one. The issue is between Mr. Vick and God, we as christians to forgive him as God does us. We have all sinned some have confessed public some have not it doesn't matter it is between the person and the maker of wether the heart is truely asking for the forgiveness. We are to show the mercy that we expect the Lord to show us.

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