“‘What bothers me is that I will have to talk to him. Sometimes I think I have forgiven him, and other times the thought of talking to him without fighting just creeps me out. I don’t know how to talk to that man without being angry. I haven’t done it for years.’
John sat there for a moment, scratching his beard, trying to look judicious and wise. You and me both, sister, he was thinking. But pastors don’t have the option of saying things like, ‘This particular sin has me by the throat too. Nothing whatever can be done about it. Go away.'” (Evangellyfish, p. 220).