When you put yourself out there, share what you think, feel, know (or in some cases do not know), there will always be room for error.
Imperfection abounds in my life. I work on perfection, but it will be elusive until THAT day when all is perfect. But when an error is made, we are commanded to make it right.
James 4:17 tells us
“So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.” (ESV)
My latest claim to fame in the world of imperfection happened in the Temperance Is A Virtue blog from a couple of days ago.
I have edited the original post to make the correction so those who read it in the future will have correct information. For those of you who have already read it here is my goof.
I incorrectly listed Alex Lanshe’s name as Andrew Lanshe – even though I know it’s Alex, my fingers typed Andrew throughout the post.
“Never ruin an apology with an excuse.” Benjamin Franklin
Alex most graciously pointed this out last night, so this is my public apology to him.
Alex, I…..am…..sorry! 🙂 Thank you for being kind when you pointed out my error. Confirmation to me that you live the virtues you share with us in the book.
I have included a link to the book at the end of the original post and here as well.
My friends, when you make an error it is important to make it right, and if you are the person wronged, pointing out the error in a kind and gracious manner is a gift.
Tend your flock well shepherdess.