In Genesis 33, we read about the reconciliation of two brothers who became enemies. Esau and Jacob were twins who were very different. After Esau spurned his birthright giving it to Jacob for a meal, and Jacob cheated Esau out of their father’s blessing, Esau vowed to kill Jacob. But in Genesis 32 and 33, we see how the two were able to be reconciled.
This message is a particularly practical one, as Pastor T. C. zooms in on “How to Say I’m Sorry.” Drawing on principles from the biblical story, as well as insights from other sources, this message outlines several of the most important components of a proper, healing apology.