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There was a lot of discussion and thinking after this sermon.
Forgiveness is often thought of as a one-sided action. We are taught to forgive and forget, to let it go, and to “get over it.” This is not what the Bible teaches about forgiveness. The Bible teaches that it is a two way exchange leading to reconciliation and unity.
Have a listen to understand forgiveness in a deeper and life-giving way.

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