Patricia Heaton tweeted the perfect reminder for herself and others who may be feeling overwhelmed, alone or insecure. Even if you’re not a Christian these words resonate, especially with the stresses of modern-day life.
Note to self: pic.twitter.com/4S36a92sAa
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) September 16, 2017
Seriously, only a jackass would take issue this verse …
And sadly Twitter is full of jackasses just like that.
Don't you find it immoral that you can commit whatever crime and then be exonerated if you find Jesus?
— Peter Marsh (@sandhillpete) September 16, 2017
It's not carte blanche. The key is that you have to be truly remorseful to be forgiven. (at least my religion teaches that).
— alexis (@alexissmirks) September 17, 2017
Does your religion also teach you about talking snakes?
— Peter Marsh (@sandhillpete) September 17, 2017
Dude clearly isn’t all that familiar with Jesus or Christianity, but that didn’t stop him from spewing a bunch of stupid.
Patricia responded as only she can:
We sinners find it merciful. https://t.co/ito7VOdCHY
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) September 17, 2017
Almost as if God knows we're imperfect and loves us anyway. Weird!
— Marc Mallette (@bscconservative) September 17, 2017
Almost like we aren't exonerated but saved.
— Wise, not I am (@secjr112) September 17, 2017
— Schültzie (@schultzenfreude) September 17, 2017
@PatriciaHeaton absolutely. We're human and make mistakes, but our Father understands & is always ready 2 forgive & welcome us home.
— Susanne (@nonhaipaura) September 17, 2017
It's called GRACE. Sad that some can't comprehend it.
— Tim Bumpus (@timbump67) September 17, 2017
Patricia Heaton always kills ’em with kindness.
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