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July 30, 2006

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Paris Parfait

Yes, more forgiveness needed. We are all guilty of hurting other people, so why do we find it so hard to forgive? More light; less noise, as Lincoln said.

Autrice

I agree with that!

Gemma

Forgiveness certainly benefits the forgiver...Usually the offender is clueless.
So Forgive....but don't forget.

Tammy

Thank you for your lovely comments :) This is such an important post to read and understand. We need to forgive for our own self preservation but does not mean we forget the acts. My mom died before I forgave her but I believe she knows :)
Excellent post!

deirdre

I think forgiveness must be one of the most challenging tasks a person can be called to do. I struggle with it daily, don't want to be a victim, can't find the desire to forgive the unforgivable. Thank you for sharing this.

John

I have not read the book myself but can have a good guess at its contents as I used to be a regular attender at Westminster Chapel in London where R. T. Kendall preached. He was refreshingly honest about his life and his theology which won him many followers but also attracted some less than helpful feedback. I guess that it was partly against this background that he wrote the book. I cannot read Matt 7:1 without remembering that R. T. Kendall said that this was his daily prayer.

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