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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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The Grace to Forgive

"Daddy, come quick," shouted my four-year-old daughter. "Someone stole the presents from under the Christmas tree."

At first I thought ...


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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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True Intimacy

The ability to give to another without resentment and in turn receive from that other without embarrassment is what intimacy is all about.


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Too Self-Centered to Do Christ's Will?

If I really wanted only Christ's will (as I claim), then when you remind me in front of a nominating committee that I never get things in on time, ...


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Pressure Points

The intensity of pressure doesn't matter as much as its location. Does it come between you and God, or does it press you closer to him?


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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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