Forgiveness is the soil in which spiritual fruits and divine blessings are cultivated. This article explains that extending forgiveness to others brings great blessings upon the Christian life.
Forgiving yourself—can this be the freedom from the guilt you are struggling with? Self-forgiveness is not a biblical concept. Freedom from the slavery of self-forgiveness can come by knowing the forgiveness we have in Christ. The article explains this, as well as ways to deal with the sinful mindset of self-forgiveness.
How can heaven and earth be joined together when they are currently so separated? This article gives the answer: through the atonement of Jesus Christ. He fulfills all the recoverings that happened in the Old Testament sacrificial liturgy by becoming the covering himself. This article concludes with reflections on how this comes into the Christian life of forgiveness, based on 1 John 1:6-2:2.
This article considers the matter of forgiveness, namely, both the need to ask for it from God and the neighbour, and the willingness to forgive the neighbour.
This article considers the matter of being assured of God’s forgiveness. It urges faith in the promises of God, and thereafter experiencing the joy of forgiveness.
This article dispels some common myths about forgiveness. These myths include the idea that you cannot forgive until you have worked through your emotions against the offender, forgiving while still angry or upset is hypocritical, and if I forgive, I must forget. The article concludes with a definition of forgiveness.
To build a healthy marriage one must know that some things do not call for a response of forgiveness. This article identifies three things in particular.
Forgiveness is a promise to no longer remember someone’s sin and to stop holding it against them. This article gives the biblical ground for this definition.