Forgiveness Is Not an Act of Weakness

From BreakPoint

The Bible has a lot to say about forgiveness; it seems we as Christians need a lot of reminders about this idea that is so central to our faith. And in today's polarized religious and political climate, and in a world where broken relationships are at the root of so much personal and societal trauma and conflict, forgiveness may be more important an ideal than ever.

In this piece for BreakPoint, John Stonestreet and Kasey Leander look at some of the Bible's strongest messages on forgiveness, its importance, and what it takes to really obey our commandment to forgive: "In God’s economy, this is not weakness. It is the strength rooted in Christ whom Himself proclaimed, 'Father, forgive them'.”

Read the full article HERE.

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