What ever happened to Judas?

Easter—a time to forgive oneself

WHAT DO YOU DO  when you look back on decisions that deeply affected others, that are irreversible, and that were clearly wrong? No matter what the rationalization was at the time, you now deeply regret the actions taken. But you cannot go back and undo the damage. In some cases you can't even apologize to the people involved.

These were my thoughts as I rode to church one Sunday feeling guilt-ridden and sorrow-filled. Humbly, I turned to prayer for an answer.

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