Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Relationship Restored

(This is the sixth entry of a series on forgiveness. Reconciliation.) The story of the twin brothers, Esau and Jacob, is one of deception, theft, rage, revenge, and hatred. Jacob tricked his brother out of his birthright. He later lied … Continue reading

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Father Forgive Them

(This is the fifth entry of a series on forgiveness. Can you forgive the unrepentant?) “He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds … Continue reading

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How Lord? How?

(This is the fourth entry of a series on forgiveness.) Within the fallenness of this world, the reality of sin, and human weakness, forgiveness seems unnatural. God intends forgiveness to be natural and to be the norm in disciples of … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Is within Ourselves

(This is the third entry of a series on forgiveness. A grace with which we all struggle.) In his eulogy for his brother Moody, Muir Powell spoke of forgiveness. “Think of the sweetness of the morning light on a day … Continue reading

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The Sweetness of the Morning LIght

(This is the second entry of a series on forgiveness. A grace with which we all struggle.) This Rock, a novel by Robert Morgan, is the story of two brothers, Moody and Muir Powell. Moody and Muir lived in the … Continue reading

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If You Forgive

(This is the first entry of a series on forgiveness. A grace with which we all struggle.) Debt is a subject about which Americans have a great deal of knowledge. Well at least we have a great amount of debt. … Continue reading

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