Have you lived a life without regrets? Have you heard other people say this fairly late in life, and express it as a point of pride? This implies that they did everything perfectly right from the beginning. What would you have to repent of if there was nothing that you regretted? Yet you have met other people who are consumed by their regrets and this is not healthy either. How do you deal with yours? Consider them from the perspective of redemptive purpose. This is a forward-looking way to deal with them, recognizing that although you still wish you hadn’t done some things, the broken pieces will still be a part of the finished masterpiece.
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