I am going to present a situation that is not a hypothetical. Don't worry, it didn't happen to me, but it did happen in our SBC circle. I want to know how you would respond to this. In the simplest, most general terms, here it is.
1. An accusation against a believer is made by another believer.
2. The accused believer offers repentance on the spot if given the nature of the offense.
3. The accuser then says: "I don't know if your repentance will be accepted or change anything."
If you were a believer there in that moment, what would you think? What would you do? What would you say?
Again, this is not a hypothetical. This happened either yesterday or the day before--timelines are sometimes hard to follow.
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