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  1. reconciliation

    That sounds hard, and of course as you point out, it’s a two way street. Some people may not wish for reconciliation, but at least you will know you have done your part.

  2. reconciliation

    I’ve been on the road to reconciliation myself with a family member. Its been a long and hard journey but it is worth it. Thank you for a wonderful post.

  3. reconciliation

    Reconciliation is important, but unfortunately it takes both parties to agree with it. I tried to reconcile with someone and it’s been very difficult as I’ve tried so many times but the other person was not open to it. I guess the other person was still trying to overcome certain things….

  4. reconciliation

    Hi Mag, here from Inspire Me Monday.
    This is such a powerful step, and soooo necessary. My ex-husband and I have reconciled to the point of friendship.
    And to others, I’ve had to admit, and apologize for so many things.
    Thank God for His forgiveness and grace!

  5. reconciliation

    It is not easy to apologise and take responsibility for your actions. Sometimes people aren’t ready to forgive although given time they are. At least you have lifted the burden and taken another step forward. Thank you for sharing with us at #AnythingGoes

  6. reconciliation

    What an interesting series!

    I’m going to have to come back one day and read all of the steps because I feel like I’m getting in on the middle of a movie that I’d like to see in its entirety!

    I came over on Totally Terrific Tuesday today. Glad to find your site.

    Blessings,
    Melanie

  7. reconciliation Lisa Ehrman

    Thanks for sharing this post about reconciliation. It’s such an important part of our lives :) Glad to have it at Together on Tuesdays!

  8. reconciliation Tracy

    Admitting wrongs is for sure difficult… so is forgiveness. I like how the bible discusses it as a process :)

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