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Real repentance and forgiveness

By Dave Henning / April 9, 2023

“Part of real repentance usually means the wrongdoer asking, ‘What could I do that would make you trust me?”  Parto of real forgiveness means being open to the possibility of change in the offender and being truly unbiased and willing to offer more trust little by little.”- Timothy Keller “For God was pleased to have […]


Real forgiveness

By Dave Henning / March 17, 2016

“When the offense is severe, forgiveness does not happen easily.  Real forgiveness is a slow, difficult, painful process.”- June Hunt In Chapter 8 (“Rocks Aren’t Removed Overnight- The Four Stages of Forgiveness”) of How to Forgive, June Hunt states that while forgiveness ultimately is freeing, typically forgiveness is not fast.  Boulders of bitterness cannot be […]

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