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It's not easy living the Christian life and sometimes a church member goes astray, becomes rebellious, and in some cases, needs to be church disciplined. Here are some letters from those who made things difficult for me, but who later saw the error of their ways. Their names have been withheld.

Pastor, its so hard for me to hide and keep it to myself so please allow me to say some lines just to let you know my feelings. Pastor, do you still remember the time we were together? That day we walked together, I wanted to cry in front of you and I also wanted to apologize and ask for your forgiveness for all the things I have done wrong. I am sorry I did not say anything, But now I have a chance to say what I feel to you through this letter. PASTOR, I AM SORRY, I want you to know that you were the best pastor I've ever had in my life. You treated me as your friend and more than that, you treated me as a brother. Let me say this "Pastor I LOVE YOU." I know it will be hard for me to forget you and your family cause you were the first person who taught me everything and the Truth from God's Word...but I'm sorry I did not follow you. I know you care for me and all you wanted is to protect me from any kind or form of harm. But despite of the care you've shown, I still smoke and drink. Again I am sorry that I did not follow you. Pastor please pray for me and for my family and expect me to be a better person in the near future even though I'm not your member any more. Lastly, I want you to know that I'm so grateful having you in my life. You will always be in my heart and always a part of my life. Thank you for your support, love and care you've shown my family. (This man died while I was on furlough)

Although I had come with auntie XXXX in transferring into another church, God knows that during that time all I wanted is to stay there and remain as a member of SMBC... I want to say I'm sorry for everything, I have not been a good Christian, have failed the Lord, myself and so many people. I have hurt many people and maybe thats the reason why I am experiencing the Lord's chastisement unto me, hardship & difficulties in my life right now. I know that going with a married man though separated is sin but still I went on it. Right now I'm pregnant bearing our child in the womb. I want to come ask the church after my delivery to ask if I can still be a part of that church despite all my sins.. I want to talk to someone but I can't find anyone. I am all alone. I lost many of my friends. Even Aunt XXXXX don't talk to me and Aunt XXXX seems to be looking at me as a very mortal sinner. Though it's true it still hurt me... Once again, thanks for everything and sorry for all the wrong things that I have done, hope you can forgive me. God bless and guide you always, Love & care XXXXX. (This teen was forced to leave our church by her disciplined aunt, became pregnant, and now works as a domestic helper to care for her son).

Dear Pastor and Sister Lenore, I thank my God for every remembrance of you Phil 1:3. First I want to thank you all for being so nice to me and my son. I can't help but cry when I think of all the good things you have done for both of us. And in spite that, I've been proud, selfish, and think only of myself when all you did is be there to guide us and remind me how you care and how God loved me. Now I believe that what you said Pastor is true, that the laughter and happy face is just to cover up the pain and the heartache inside me. I'm lonely and hurt sister Lenore but nobody knows about it except you and pastor. But I just can't tell anyone about it. But what I'm gonna do? I'm already used to it, and as you said Pastor, I ain't let God to work and solved my problem. I do it my way. Please pray for me that like you and the rest, I can also find the peace of mind I need and be happy in the future. How I wish that I can be like the others and you. Now that your going back home for a vacation (our furlough), I will pray to God to guide you, give you strength and good health you need. I hope you can forgive and still be there always for me and XXXX. Pastor, Sister Lenore, I love you both so much. It is true what XXXXXX told me that you can't tell the importance of a person unless he go away. Maybe someday I can show you that I can really change for the better. Thank you. Sorry for being such a pain in the XXX. I'm gonna miss the advice and all the good things you taught me Pastor, sister Lenore. Thank you, thank you very much for being so nice to a person who think only of herself. But with your prayers I can be a better person you'll be proud of. Please forgive me for everything I have done wrong in my part. Forgive me for hurting your feelings. Pray for me and my son. Thank you for being so nice to XXXX. Can I write you sister Lenore? (This repentance did not last and she remains out of any church)

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