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Five
Languages
of
Apology

define
apology
[uh-pol-uh-jee]Show IPA
noun,plural-gies.
1.awrittenorspokenexpressionofone's
regret,remorse,orsorrowforhavingins
ulted,failed,injured,orwrongedanother
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apology

Hard to say
sorry...

Pride is a
wall we build
around us.

fears and forgiveness...

1. Fear of losing control

2. Fear of rejection
They may not forgive me...

3. Fear of
failure
Admitting you were wrong...

How to say
sorry?

5 Languages of
Apology:
1. Expressing Regret
2. Accepting Responsibility
3. Making Restitution
4. Genuinely Repenting
5. Requesting Forgiveness

1. Expressing
Regret

5 Languages of
Apology:
1. Expressing Regret

2. Accepting Responsibility
3. Making Restitution
4. Genuinely Repenting
5. Requesting Forgiveness

2. Accepting
Responsibility
I was wrong.

5 Languages of
Apology:
1. Expressing Regret
2. Accepting Responsibility

3. Making Restitution
4. Genuinely Repenting
5. Requesting Forgiveness

3. Making Restitution

What can I do to make it right?

5 Languages of
Apology:
1. Expressing Regret
2. Accepting Responsibility
3. Making Restitution

4. Genuinely Repenting
5. Requesting Forgiveness

4. Genuinely Repenting
Ill try not to do that again.

5 Languages of
Apology:
1. Expressing Regret
2. Accepting Responsibility
3. Making Restitution
4. Genuinely Repenting

5. Requesting Forgiveness

5. Requesting Forgiveness
Will you please forgive me?

The forgiveness
shown in the cross is
the very same attribute
that can mend our
broken hearts.

If we confess
our sins, he is
faithful and just
to forgive us
our sins,
and to cleanse
us from all
unrighteousnes
s.
1 John 1:9 (KJV)