Rob Ford, mayor of Toronto confesses


picture-3552Ray: Rob Ford said at the end of his “confession” message when he confessed publicly that he had taken crack cocaine and that he has a problem with drug addiction (meaning alcohol, the legal drug) that he wished God to Bless Toronto to which there was a roar of scoffing laughs by the sceptic journalists. Later in an interview Rob said that it was like having a “born again” experience having confessed his sin publicly. I ask Rob if he reads this to talk to God about his confessions and to seek His forgiveness and reconciliation. God can give him the real thing a true born again experience. A repentance that is not to be repented of as 2 Corinthians 5 describes it and best of all Rob can have the indwelling presence of God the Holy Spirit in his life forever and as he obeys God’s word he can manifest the son (Jesus the Christ) and the God the father in his life according to John 14. Anything of this world pales in significance to this encounter that Rob and others who read this can have with God in their lives.

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2 thoughts on “Rob Ford, mayor of Toronto confesses

  1. Chuck tanner

    Please remember alcoholism and addiction is a disease. Yes Mr. Ford has repentance ahead of him but he is in and seems like has for a long time suffering from a progressive and deadly disease. Pray with that in mind.

    • The Bible does not mention an alcoholic. It talks about a drunkard. The psychological term “alcoholic” shifts the blame away from the individual. Christianity places the blame on the individual. Regeneration by our Lord is possible by allowing Christ to reconcile us to God. Coming to Christ is trans-formative. Coming to Christ and confessing your sin ought to be the first step in seeking reformation of your life.

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