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October 10, 2006


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shirley perry

If someone says I do not know whether I can ever forgive you, should you ask latter if they have or just leave it?
I am amazed at the thoughts in this blog. I always ask at Thanksgiving what I am most grateful for. This year it was the gift of forgiveness - to forgive others, to have others forgive me and to forgive myself.
Thanks for your thoughts
love Shirley


hi shirley:

I think that Jesus always wants us to be reconciled - and in my mind that would mean going back later to see if the relationship could be restored. Which is what I think God does with us if we turn away from him.

If someone refuses to forgive, well, I think in the end that is their call - I can't force someone to forgive, but I can make every effort on my part to heal the relationship. And commit it all to prayer.

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