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Two Reasons We Should NOT “Forgive and Forget”
Well-meaning adults used to tell us as kids, “Oh, just forgive him and forget it.” A playground scuffle, name-calling, and maybe even bringing the character of one’s mother into t…
Lynn H. Pryor,
Shame Off You!
I remember as a little girl, hiding under the covers of my bed, trying to shut out my parents’ yelling and screaming in the next room. I heard bad words. I didn’t know what some of them meant, but I did know how they made me feel. Dirty. The next morning, I awoke to the aftermath of the night’s tirade—Mom’s black eye, Dad’s crying remorse, furniture tossed and broken—and those bad words bouncing around my little-girl head.
Sharon Jaynes,
A Season of Thankfulness: Day 8 - God of Mercy - Denise Pass
Hebrews 8:12 “For I will be merciful toward their evil deeds, and their sins I will remember no longer.” Micah 7:18 “Who is a God like you, who pardons sin and forgives the transgression of the remnant of his inheritance? You do not stay angry forever but delight to show mercy.” Isaiah 43:25 “”I, even […]
Denise Pass,
Shame Off You!
I remember as a little girl, hiding under the covers of my bed, trying to shut out my parents’ yelling and screaming in the next room. I heard bad words. I didn’t know what some of them meant, but I did know how they made me feel. Dirty. The next morning, I awoke to the aftermath of the night’s tirade—Mom’s black eye, Dad’s crying remorse, furniture tossed and broken—and those bad words bouncing around my little-girl head.
Sharon Jaynes,
Is it okay to forgive and not forget?
If I have forgiven someone, but I still can remember what they have done, have I truly forgiven them? What does God say?
Zachary Zehnder,
Is it okay to forgive and not forget?
If I have forgiven someone, but I still can remember what they have done, have I truly forgiven them? What does God say?
Zachary Zehnder,
There Is One God, A Fact That Will Never Change - Christian Perspectives
There is only one god, and he is not a god fashioned by human hands. He has always been there, and always will be. That will never change.
Robin McKinley,
Struggling with Forgiveness
The unpardonable sin. A lot of us get nervous when the topic is brought up—and for good reason. Ever thought something like this? “I’ve been such a dunderhead, doing things I told God I…
Lynn H. Pryor,
There Is One God, A Fact That Will Never Change
God is there, has always been there, and will always be there.
Robin McKinley,
Forgive and Forgive and Forgive - Damon J. Gray
A Hypothetical Tom and Jack are co-workers on the swing shift at Dirk’s Doumafladgie Manufacturing. Two weeks ago, a horrible explosion at the plant left Jack trapped in an interior room with a wall of fire blocking his only exit. Further complicating the matter, the explosion caused sufficient injury to Jack’s legs that he was…
Damon J. Gray,

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