It’s not easy to forgive someone who’s violated your relationship. Let's conclude our discussion on forgiveness.
Forgiveness is a fundamental expression of the Christian faith. We’ll be reminded that the most appropriate response of a truly forgiven person is to extend forgiveness to others!
It’s not uncommon, when we’ve been hurt, to respond by lashing out, to crave retribution for the pain that’s been caused. But God says there’s a better way.
What happens when someone has wounded you deeply, and you’ve confronted them, but they won’t acknowledge the pain they’ve caused?
Is forgiveness unconditional? Join the “Discover the Word” team along with a special guest, as they discuss the timely topic of repentance and forgiveness.
There are times when forgiveness seems impossible. You may be in a fractured relationship right now, unsure if things can be mended.
In Luke chapter seventeen, verse four, Jesus says if someone sins against you, and repents, you’re to forgive them.
Resentment is an inevitable part of being wounded by someone’s words or actions. And if we don’t release that resentment, we’ll wind up hurting ourselves even more!
Even when we’ve forgiven someone for hurting us, it’s not always easy to forget the pain that was caused. Perhaps you’re struggling to mend a broken relationship right now.
Did you know that when we forgive others, we reflect the forgiveness God bestows on each of us? Discover the positive effect the habit of forgiveness has on us!