“Forgive and forget” sounds good advice until you’re the one hearing it. When the conflict is personal and when the hurt is deep, it seems like you’re expected to do something impossible. And for the Christian, it begs the question: Is “forgive and forget” biblical?
Are grace and mercy the same thing or are they different? This post explains what the Bible teaches about grace and mercy and how they flow from the gospel.
Sin is rejection and rebellion against the Holy God. It wouldn’t be right for him to simply overlook it. But he did pay for it through Jesus Christ.
Is repentance necessary to become a Christian? And what’s the difference between confession and repentance anyway?! Jesus and the apostles preached repentance. We should too.
What is repentance and can you be a Christian without repentance? Faith in Jesus leads to confession of sin and repentance.
Is “forgive & forget” biblical? Relationships and Conflict Resolution are difficult. How do we pursue reconciliation?
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