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I Offended Some People And Now It Is No Longer Possible To Ask Forgiveness From These People (I No Longer Have Contact With These People), And In The Bible It Says That Anyone Who Does Not Ask Forgiveness From Those Who Have Offended Will Go To Hell.

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alien77 | 00:44 Tue 17th May 2022 | Body & Soul
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I offended some people and now it is no longer possible to ask forgiveness from these people (I no longer have contact with these people), and in the bible it says that anyone who does not ask forgiveness from those who have offended will go to hell.

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Yes you is ask forgivenesses now to god and you are will travel to heaven soon
well Fu-ling has said it

( shades of Pilate - - Jesus said: you have said that I am
Worry yea not, Tis all balderdash.
Become a Catholic - you just tell it to the priest & everything's fine.
excuse me- on a point of order
the Anglican church ( proddies all of them) recognise 7 sacraments - - including confesh.

comes up in the true story of Mr Whicher - The Archbishop of Canterbures in real time has a letter published in the Times reminding punters there IS confession in the Anglican Church (and the concomitant secrecy). The sister's done it....
I am not spoiling it for you am I
I know this because I went to a protestant university
( cambridge)
Thanks Pete

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