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When forgiveness is hard. — Captivating Grace – Forgiveness Sundays January 26, 2020

“Do you forgive me?” In my head? Yes. In my heart? No. This is often how things play out between my husband and I after an argument. It doesn’t really matter the circumstance, whether it’s a huge, deep hurt against … Continue reading

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Forgiveness and Relief — Pointless Overthinking – Forgiveness Sundays January 19, 2020

Hi all, We resent people at times because they did something wrong to us. Maybe they lied to us. Maybe they did not help us when we needed it. Then, we resented them and stopped talking. Or at least, we … Continue reading

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Why I Started Forgiveness Sundays – Forgiveness Sundays January 12, 2020

I briefly covered the general reason in my first Forgiveness Sundays post – Forgiveness Sundays – March 17, 2019. I am not go into too much detail with this post. I am not outing a blogger although the blogger‘s post … Continue reading

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Looking Back at God’s grace 5 years ago: My darkest week in Ministry — The Domain for Truth – Forgiveness Sundays January 5, 2020

While looking back of my old post on this day from previous years I found this one that I wrote five years ago on this day: Urgent Unspoken Prayer Request for “SlimJim.” It flooded back of a lot of memory … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Bitterness — Matthew 7:12 Girl – Forgiveness Sundays December 22, 2019

A slightly different take on Forgiveness for this week’s Forgiveness Sundays post as the focus is on the dangers of bitterness. I have been doing some major soul searching recently. There have been multiple things that I have been unhappy … Continue reading

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Do you forgive yourself as you do the kids? — Ross Mountney’s Notebook Forgiveness Sundays December 15, 2019

I walked round a nature reserve a few weeks ago and the trees were positively glowing and illuminated with their autumn yellows, oranges and auburns. I was glowing too. Sadly not with Autumn but with anger! Anger at a stupid … Continue reading

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Forgiveness, in Small, Bite-size Chunks — Ordinary Days – Forgiveness Sundays December 8, 2019

If you saw me walking down the sidewalk this morning, deep in thought, with a slightly dark and stormy expression on my face, it’s because I was thinking about someone I need to forgive. Forgiveness can be HARD! It feels … Continue reading

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The necessity of self-forgiveness — BEYOND MY LIMITATIONS – Forgiveness Sundays November 24, 2019

I wrote this post some time ago. I was inspired to share it now after reading a blog post from Dawn. Dawn’s blog post is so encouraging, she reminds us how it is important to forgive ourselves. The person I … Continue reading

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Forgiveness and Grudges — From Cave Walls – Forgiveness Sundays November 17, 2019

I chose this re-blog as this week’s Forgiveness Sundays. At what cost do we hold on to things that only serve to keep us apart? My husband and I talked about this over breakfast this morning. We have all had … Continue reading

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