Sunday’s sermon was where my heart was in January when I came to you concerned about your relationship with Chris. And again, this summer, when I thought we could talk about why my comment made you so mad. I’m sorry it didn’t turn out like that. I thought we had a different relationship–I’m sorry I was wrong in my thinking.
I also want you to understand that of these sins I was the worst at committing and was not judging you. I apologize if that’s how it came across. I wish you nothing but a happy, healthy relationship and I was concerned that’s not what it was. And from experience, what isn’t right now will only come back tenfold as this relationship progresses or in your next one. I thought we could have a conversation, but you decided we didn’t need to be friends anymore.
I’m just worried that you surround yourself with people that only agree with you and don’t hold you accountable. We used to do that for each other. And when you did it for me I didn’t stop being your friend, no matter how much I didn’t like what you were saying. And I still can’t believe that you couldn’t do the same.
You’re been on my heart recently and I hope you’re well. I miss you.