Since the first bite of that forbidden fruit, sin has been a universal problem in need of an immediate solution. Don’t miss this thoughtful and honest conversation.
In this difficult economy, many people are struggling under the burden of debt. It’s uncomfortable knowing that we owe our creditors money every month. Jesus wipes away our spiritual debt! It’s a study of the phrase, “Forgive us our debts.”
It’s a natural response to want to return evil for evil. But it’s a divine response to forgive those who injure us!
Jesus stressed the importance of forgiving those who hurt us. But if we choose not forgive others, does that put our eternal life in peril? Join us for a lively conversation between the team members.
When someone hurts us, it’s natural to let bitterness fester and boil inside us. Let's study this important portion of the Lord’s Prayer and find out why it's not only for our personal relationships, but also for our connection with the Lord.
We would never pray, “God . . . hold a grudge against me, like I hold a grudge against her.” But we may live like it! Be a part of this conversation.
In the middle of a moral mess, King David left a lot of hurting people in his wake. Yet, the King only desired one Person’s forgiveness. Let's study the example of a monarch’s plea for grace, to discover principles for our own relationship with the Lord.
When unforgiven issues linger, it can feel like there’s a giant elephant in the room. How can we clear the air and restore the relationship with people we love?
The problem of sin is like a two-edged sword, it can wound our relationships with others and our connection to God.
Injuring others with a careless word or hurtful action can fill us with regret. Even after we receive forgiveness from those we’ve offended, it’s difficult to forgive ourselves! Find the principles of grace in praying “Forgive us our debts as we forgive those indebted to us.”
In the middle of bitter disputes with others, we often draw the battle lines and try to fight it out! Let's examine how living the Lord’s Prayer requires peace between combatants. We are learning to pray “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.”