Forgive Your Offenders

When someone offends us, we must forgive them. However, if he has broken a law, we cannot pardon him. Forgiveness and pardon are distinguished in this study. Forgiveness involves releasing an offender emotionally and choosing to live with the scars. This is what Jesus did for us when He chose to put the scars from His crucifixion back into His resurrected body.

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