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What Did Jesus Say About Forgiveness?

What Did Jesus Say About Forgiveness?

(And a confession: why I need this next Online Bible Study but have been avoiding it like the plague.) There are a lot of opinions out there about forgiveness. Experts will tell you that you do not have to forgive. The media is rife with articles about not forgiving those who have hurt us, or

We are cracked pots. We fail and we sin against others. We disappoint. And yet we are so loved by God. So precious to Him. Let’s extend that blessing to others and forgive as well. Who needs your forgiveness today? Who comes to mind?

Cracked Pots

  But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us. — 2 Corinthians 4:7 Everyone knows what it’s like to be disappointed by someone we love or admire. Our husbands, wives, children, or parents sometimes let us down. Our heroes stumble. Our

The 28-Day Prayer Journey Week 3 — Turning to God in Repentance

  The one who confesses and renounces [their sins] finds mercy. — Proverbs 28:13 Sin gets in the way of communication. ~ Chrystal Welcome to week three of The 28-Day Prayer Journey Online Bible Study. This week Chrystal leads us in learning about repentance and forgiveness. (Spoiler alert: it’s awesome!) Repentance is such a highfalutin

If he repents, forgive him

Anger: Maintaining Your Passion Without Losing Your Cool

Remember this, my dear brothers! Everyone must be quick to listen, but slow to speak and slow to become angry. Man’s anger does not achieve God’s righteous purpose. — James 1:19 What a profound statement. Man’s anger does not achieve God’s righteous purpose, yet so very often this is exactly our justification for our outrage.

Cracked Pots ~ David Jeremiah

Editor’s Note: It’s Sit & Listen Saturday at Devotionals Daily. Enjoy reading as well as listening to this devotion from Ever Faithful by David Jeremiah. Listen on the blog or on your Alexa device by enabling the skill and then prompting, “Alexa, ask devotionals to read today’s devotion.” But we have this treasure in earthen

How Long Will You Wait to Forgive?

I hadn’t seen my father for ten years. I had no photographs of him at all and just a vague memory of his face the last time I saw him. When we pulled up to the VA housing complex in Sarasota in our rented van, Duncan saw him first. “There he is.” He tipped his head to point.

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