#SoulTies ‘You don’t need a ‘Sorry’ from an ex who offended you to move on’

For the newbies, “Breaking Soul Ties” – is a weekly column by Olusola Adio – dedicated to help you understand
what #SoulTies are and how to break them with the power of God’s Word
and the power of the Holy Spirit.

#SoulTies 12 starts shortly. Good evening y’all. 
#SoulTies 12 starts now. Hope you all had a great weekend so far.  
I want to state that we are not here to condemn anyone or
stigmatize anyone who has repeatedly fallen into sin due to #SoulTies.

We are here to expose #SoulTies as the works of the enemy that
the blood of Jesus has been shed to purge us from.
We are also not here to provide excuses and reasons for
Christians to continue in sin due to a misunderstanding of grace. #SoulTies
The Bible states clearly in Romans 6:23 that the wages of sin is
death #SoulTies is no excuse for us to continue in sin
We are here to work out our salvation (that Jesus already paid
with His blood) from #SoulTies according to God’s word.
2 weeks ago, we started looking at how to recover from a broken
relationship. We looked into our commitment to God. #SoulTies
Then we looked into forgiveness as the very first step of
recovery from a broken relationship. #SoulTies
Today we are looking at the importance or non-importance of
getting a ‘Sorry’ from an offender.
Let’s look
at Joseph’s story once again. He was
captured by his brothers and sold into slavery at 17. #SoulTies
From there, he got passed on to Potiphar. Then he got into jail
on a false rape allegation. #SoulTies
When the king had some disturbing dreams, things happened
quickly and Joseph became Egypt’s
PM. #SoulTies
Estimated time between his being sold into slavery and becoming
Egypt’s PM was about 13 years.
There is no evidence to prove that Joseph received a ‘Sorry’ from anyone or apology in
these 13 years. #SoulTies
In those 13 years, there was no expression of heaviness or
bitterness from Joseph in this period. #SoulTies
There was just one mention of the two situations in Gen 40:15 by
Joseph. #SoulTies
Genesis 40:15a For indeed I was stolen away out of the land of
the Hebrews: #SoulTies
Genesis 40:15b and here also have I done nothing that they
should put me into the dungeon. #SoulTies
He mentioned these to the chief butler as reasons why he would
want to leave the prison. #SoulTies
There was no hint of bitterness and unforgiveness in his
statements. All he wanted was basic freedom. #SoulTies
Also there was no proof that he wanted to seek audience with
Potiphar’s wife or his brothers for
an apology. #SoulTies
Joseph was eager to regain his freedom and wasn’t eager for an apology or
restitution. #SoulTies
The best of freedom available to him, would have been going back
to Potiphar’s house. #SoulTies
However, the chief butler forgot to bring his case up with
Pharaoh for 2 years. #SoulTies
In those 2 years, all he could have ever hoped for was a
restoration to Potiphar’s
house. #SoulTies
He could also have hoped to be sold on to another slave master
by Potiphar. #SoulTies
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