Tag Archives: Forgiveness Sundays

Forgiveness and Vindictive Don’t Mix – Forgiveness Sundays August 9, 2020

Over the years, I have known some very vindictive people. When I was very young and foolish, I was one of those people. As I became familiar with a Bible verse that I quoted in last week’s Forgiveness Sundays post, … Continue reading

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Forgiveness a Strange Take By Some People – Forgiveness Sundays August 2, 2020

When I look for Forgiveness Sundays posts, I use a variety of sources – WordPress Reader, YouTube, my personal experiences, and a few other things. With YouTube, there tends to be several things forgiveness related that aren’t about forgiveness in … Continue reading

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Forgiving Your Child’s Murderer – Forgiveness Sundays July 26, 2020

I am going to start this week’s Forgiveness Sundays post a bit differently, but with a reason. I am not a fan of “What if” scenarios for one basic reason. It’s pretty easy to say in hypothetical Situation X or … Continue reading

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Self-Forgiveness Two Views – Forgiveness Sundays July 19, 2020

There seem to be two views on self-forgiveness. One side is against self-forgiveness; the other side is for self-forgiveness. The side against self-forgiveness often takes the view that only God can forgive someone. Yet, the Bible makes it clear we … Continue reading

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Guilt Trip – Forgiveness Sundays July 12, 2020

I thought long and hard before making the topic of guilt tripping as this week’s Forgiveness Sundays post. The more I thought about it, the more I realized it’s a good fit as most people who guilt trip don’t stop … Continue reading

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To Forgive Or Not Forgive – the Choice Is Yours – Forgiveness Sundays July 5, 2020

You have the choice to forgive or not forgive. If you go with not forgiving, then the consequences of that choice are also yours. I am not saying forget what someone did to you. With some people, forgetting what they … Continue reading

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Brandt Jean to Amber Guyger: ‘I forgive you’ – YouTube Video – Forgiveness Sundays June 28, 2020

I chose this YouTube video – Brandt Jean to Amber Guyger: ‘I forgive you’ – YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkoE_GQsbNA (around 3:16 minutes long) for this week’s Forgiveness Sundays post. Other Forgiveness Sundays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/Forgiveness-Sundays/  

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Unforgiveness Is Not the Answer – Forgiveness Sundays June 21, 2020

I see too many bloggers and vloggers who argue against forgiveness, to the point of preaching against forgiveness. I won’t link to their blogs or vlogs as I think they miss the point about forgiveness. Forgiveness isn’t about the other … Continue reading

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How Do I Forgive? | Jimmy Evans – YouTube Video – Forgiveness Sundays June 14, 2020

How Do I Forgive? | Jimmy Evans – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-RZ1hBCOrs (about 6:05 minutes long). Starts out in a way I didn’t expect, but he makes a good point. Other Forgiveness Sundays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/Forgiveness-Sundays/  

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Things Dad Taught Me – Forgiveness Sundays June 7, 2020

Slightly different take on forgiveness this week, but to me it makes sense to choose this post as a Forgiveness Sundays post. Things Dad taught me about respect. This is a two-prong approach. I mentioned Dad a few times on my blog. … Continue reading

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