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February 27, 2012, 8:54 AM

Forgiving Others


As a follow up to last week’s “Thought of the Week” on Forgiveness, the question comes to mind, “Am I required to forgive and not hold a grudge?” All too often in life, it’s easy to keep negative thoughts about someone who may have hurt us. However, continuing to hold a grudge will hinder us from truly forgiving. Even though we have every reason not to forgive, Jesus tells us if we want to be happy and be Christlike, we must forgive. Jesus was the perfect role model. We must learn to forgive which means letting go of any grudge.

A song written by the Issacs, “Why Can’t We?” states,

Chorus:
If God could love someone and find the good within,
Inspite of what they’ve done, no matter where they’ve been,
If He can let it go and set the debtor free,
If He can keep forgiving you and me,
Why can’t we?

Sis. Linda Robuck


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