Every Saint Has a Past ~and ~ Every Sinner Has a Future

We live in a judgemental world!

There are people who were once in the street living it up. They may have been a drunk, drug addicts, promiscuous, thieves, liars, and then found the Lord. And after finding him, their past seems to have slipped their mind.

Now here they are, putting their noses up at everyone that chooses to live the life that they once lived.

They are quick to judge and slow to help!

All of the whispers about someone else and refusing to air out their dirty laundry: if they do so, their fraudulent life will be exposed, and then who will they look down on.

Throughout my life, I have made mistakes and a bunch of bad decisions. I’m quite ashamed of some of them but will not hide behind the shame and pretend to be something I’m not.

Noone’s perfect!

I would much rather admit all of my sins and hope that someone can learn from my mistakes. Then to pretend that all of my choices have been ideal.

I’m a sinner, and I look forward to a brighter future.

Cheers to a great week ahead!

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!

~Belladonna~

11 Replies to “Every Saint Has a Past ~and ~ Every Sinner Has a Future”

  1. I love this and it’s so true for many of us:

    “I would much rather admit all of my sins and hope that someone can learn from my mistakes. Then to pretend that all of my choices have been ideal.”

    Thank you for sharing!

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  2. A fantastically empowering post. We’ve all made mistakes, everyone one of us. Those that can admit to them, forgive, make ammends as needed, and move on are epitomes of strength and courage. Love this post, Belladonna! 💜

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