Childlike Forgiveness — Unrelenting Freedom – Forgiveness Sundays December 29, 2019

Have you ever seen children peacefully playing together, sharing, and taking turns? Perhaps for a short time, but more commonly, they snatch, bicker, and frequently yell, “mine!” Sharing may not be a child’s strong suit, but they seem to do pretty well with forgiveness. They could be fighting and biting one minute, then hugging and […]

via Childlike Forgiveness — Unrelenting Freedom.

Good points made and decided it would make a great final Forgiveness Sundays for 2019.

Other Forgiveness Sundays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/Forgiveness-Sundays/

 

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5 Responses to Childlike Forgiveness — Unrelenting Freedom – Forgiveness Sundays December 29, 2019

  1. Thank you for the repost! Happy New Year! 💞🙏🏼🥳

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    • You are welcome and Happy New Year to you. I do a Forgiveness Sundays post and I tend to look at other bloggers, vloggers, and my own experiences with forgiveness or lack of forgiveness from others.

      I appreciated your approach as children are often more willing to forgive than adults.

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Love your Forgiveness Sunday

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