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On Forgiveness

“Whoever conceals his sins does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them finds mercy.” * Al and I have been participating in an inspiring study of “The Lord’s Prayer” during a church wide effort to help members become grounded in prayer. Even with the “new norm” of social distancing many small groups have continued to meet using online video conferencing. Weekly videos led by a panel of four pastors, along with the in-depth study of different aspects of the prayer from Matthew 6: 9-13, have generated great discussions. During one session on verse twelve, “Forgive us our debts as we have also forgiven our debtors” (NIV), someone on the panel of pastors made the comment that God must have known we would have problems with forgiveness because the Bible has so much to say about it! Just as a valuable and beautiful gem stone has many intricate facets, so forgiveness has many different aspects. Forgiveness is mandatory for an intimate relationship with God and also with one an…

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