When we have offended someone, or someone has offended us, is "I'M SORRY ENOUGH'? In order to "convince" others of our sorrow, do we add "adjectives" to express our sorrow, "I'm REALLY Sorry"? Or is there the presence of a "Sixth Sense", a Spiritual Discernment" that reveals "The Fullness of Truth"? John 16:13, "...the SPIRIT of Truth, is come, HE will guide you into all TRUTH..." Our discerning SPIRIT gives supernatural revelation and recognition of GOD'S SPIRIT or evil spirits. When GOD'S SPIRIT reveals GOD'S SPIRIT, the Treasures of TRUTH are known without words. When we Trust GOD to HEAL, those who are injured or offended, then, I'M SORRY IS ENOUGH.
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