Lesson 134 Let me perceive forgiveness as it is.
Let us review the meaning of “forgive,” for it is apt to be distorted and to be perceived as something that entails an unfair sacrifice of righteous wrath, a gift unjustified Continue reading →
Recently, I had a chance to see forgiveness differently than I had before. There is a gynecologist in town who was arrested because his patient turned him in for taking pictures (with his cell phone) of… well, let’s Continue reading →
Salvation and forgiveness are the same. They both imply that something has gone wrong; something to be saved from, forgiven for; something amiss that needs corrective change; something apart or different from Continue reading →