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June 9, 2022 5:00 am
Welcome fellow Joy Riders to the Masculine Journey Joyride Podcast! On this podcast you will hear funny stories, exchanges, and thought provoking moments that will amuse you, make you smile, and draw you closer to Jesus Christ in your journey of life.
This week's clip comes from a live episode of The Masculine Journey at the Kernersville Community Center, in 2016. The guys just finished playing a clip from Billy Madison, where Billy was seeking forgiveness from a guy he used to bully when they were younger.
This is the Truth Network welcome fellow the mass majority joyride parquet is a brand-new show from the guys you know I'm talking of course about the band of brothers my name is Keith and I am the producer for masculine journey management journey. After our podcast we hear funny stories stranded and thought provoking moments.
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So this week I have a bit of a treat for you, you here is from a live edition of the masculine journey in the Kernersville community center way back in 2016 because just finished playing a clip from the Billy Madison quibbles about how Billy was calling up a guy used to bully when they were younger and how Billy was truly sorry for how he treated was seeking forgiveness.
Okay, just does this record offers a lot of here is the clip and that was that was what Billy was really doing right. He didn't know what else was going on there. So his motive was for someone to do the right thing. I want I want to make amends for something to happen.
All these years ago and actually I like about the clip is part of character arc Billy Madison this case that is sincere. It really does feel remorse for this and he is the point of humility, saying hey you are not the person I was trying to be or whatever and he needed that for you. I think that scene in the movie he just gone through what he put that experience. And when he realized you know how like I must've felt. That's when humility started. He was walking in somebody else shoes exactly right. That's exactly what happened and you've got a wonderful story all about. You know how we got to deal with this and that in itself is like apologizing to God. We got to come to God and say I'm not the judge here. You're right in. When I was in high school and outlived in a very functional family and I dated this girl and she was probably the best girlfriend I've ever had up until my wife currently with no I'm not being forced to say that you still plan on being with the recent currently but my wife down the road. This is the Truth Network