"Never Apologize- If I Wrote a Note to God"

Day 13, Monday: Issue a public apology. This can be as funny or as serious or as creative as you want it to be.

 I don't normally issues apologies. I have a motto that says, " Never apologize, never explain." John Wayne uttered those now famous words. To apologize is the same as making an excuse for ones actions. Instead I choose to ask for forgiveness.  When I came upon this prompt I struggled with it. Heck, I've struggled with most of the prompts. Many of the prompts have forced me to be real with myself, dig down and really think.

Today I ask God to forgive me.
For my selfish pride
For not reading my Bible like I should
For not seeking his Glory like I should
For not treating my body like the temple it is
For not letting my light shine more
For trying to do things on my own terms 
For not trusting his plan more
For paying more attention to the people at church than I am at the sermon
For laughing at inappropriate moments
To forgive me, because at times I haven't been the best me he created. 

Day 13 of 21: Is asking for forgiveness from God.
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  1. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! I love that you quoted John Wayne in your blog post.

  2. Aww this is great! It's real & awesome :)

  3. love this!! very inspirational!

  4. This is wonderful, well said, and well done!

  5. This put a smile on my face. Clever and thoughtful, it's amazing what we can come up with when we dig deep.

  6. I need to ask forgiveness for those things daily. But I think the fact that we recognise that we fall short is a start. Most people don't ever think they do anything wrong.

    Great post :)

  7. Psalms 51 is my favorite psalms.

    I often have to remind myself to be more thankful also.

    Very well written!

  8. "To forgive me, because at times I haven't been the best me he created."

    love that part ... need to write it down so i can memorize it. so true. i need to work on that.

    have a great week. ( :

  9. a letter to God, i love it! i think this really helps focus on becoming a better person, instead of just focusing on the wrong doing. thanks for the post. xo

  10. I am guilty of many of these things. I enjoyed reading this.


  11. This is very uplifting. Very true on many levels, thanks for sharing.

  12. Your forgiven lady! Thankfully he is a God of sweet grace. It's beautiful you have a heart that knows when you've strayed from the Shepherd.

    Love your blog name BTW.

    New follower of yours via GFC and bloglovin'- met you through the Let's Be Friends Blog Hop! Thanks for linking up I am so happy we are connected! Hope you can follow back:).


  13. I think most of us could ask for forgiveness for these things!

  14. Great honesty! You certainly aren't the only one to struggle with some of these things. It's a good thing HE loves us regardless. :)

  15. Best friend... I am commenting because I know it makes you feel good and because you are amazing!!! I am learning so much you need to keep this up!!! Love you bestie!!

  16. So as a Catholic I do an Examination of Conscience at night. This post is basically what I journal every night.

    You, lady, are a strong witness to a world that so desperately needs it. Thank you for sharing but most importantly, thank you for letting Him shine through you.


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