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  1. Good point pastor mike!! Some people may ask”well why state the obvious pastors know to do this” and heres why…because pastors are in the flesh too..they get caught up in ministering to the ones that need it and may forget or overlook the need to admit and repent and ask for guidance when they are wrong. Just remeber brothers n sisters our pastors are human too…they may be superhumans or heroes but humans nonetheless

  2. Thank you very much pastor rick…i am new to the saddleback community and i am grateful and thankful to be a part of an awesome kingdom…gods kingdom…and when its time i will gladly take my place with GOD….THANK YOU….BRIAN, Greenville S.C.

  3. pastor mike anderson February 5, 2014 at 8:59 am

    there are times when the pastor is in the wrong. i don’t see anything here about the pastor admitting and repenting.

  4. Thank you for the advice!

  5. very good solid biblical instructions .if we stick to the word the kingdom of God can be advanced.