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Three Parts of Forgiving

To forgive someone involves three things. First, it means to forego the right of striking back. One rejects the urge to repay gossip with gossip and a ...


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Forgiving Actions

The following story is from an article titled "Your Daffodils are Pretty," (Christianity Today, March 2, 1979, p. 18), in which Josephine Ligon ...


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Forgiveness: Beginning Again

Forgiveness isn't pretending nothing has happened, or pretending that what happened didn't hurt. It isn't even forgetting it completely, and ...


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Bury the Hatchet Deep

Forgiveness is not that stripe which says, "I will forgive, but not forget." It is not to bury the hatchet with the handle sticking out of the ...


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End of Discussion

Old gossip may ... be immoral, a means of locking another person in the past, tying a person to a past sin in a way that is anything but Christian. ... ...


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As We Forgive Our Debtors

A man in conversation with John Wesley once made the comment, "I never forgive." Wesley wisely replied, "Then, sir, I hope that you never ...


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Forgiving if Forgetting?

"I can forgive, but I cannot forget," is only another way of saying, "I cannot forgive."


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Real Forgiveness

Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, was reminded one day of a vicious deed that someone had done to her years before. But she acted as ...


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Limited Forgiveness

I used to gather up [my husband] Fred's faults with the fervor of a child picking berries. I had a whole shelf of overflowing baskets before the concept ...


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Wrongheaded Repair

It is much easier to fix blame than to fix problems.


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