Who Is Perfect?
"Let him that is without sin, cast the first stone” John 8:7. "Don’t judge or you will be judged, in the same way you judge others, Why look at the speck of dust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your eye, then you can remove the dust from your brother's eye."Matthew 7:1-5.
If a person said “I’m sorry” you will have to take him or her at their word, unless they do something that proves deceit. And you better make 100 percent sure that your evidence is valid. Which means phrases like “I think” or “I feel” need to be thrown out the window because that isn’t proof. Or if you have the ability to read thoughts and motives, then you can reject their apology. But, who has the power to do that? If we critique apologies, we need to remember that God is going to do the same to us when we ask for forgiveness (Matt. 6:14-15). But if we are incapable of sinning, we won’t have to worry about the Lord returning our deeds upon us.
But who do you know that is perfect?
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