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As We Are Forgiven

“Do not judge, and you will not be judged; do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.”- Luke 6:37

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Bible Idioms

“So, go! Go! You are sent the same as any other disciple to forgive and to join all humanity into the freedom economy of God which leaves no one behind.”

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Take Up Your Bed and Go Home

“…our refusal to forgive ourselves does paralyze us.  The more we embroil ourselves in self-recrimination, the less we are able to create and to love.”

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Love and Friendship

“Love one another as I have loved you,” he said. So, I am left to wonder how I might be a friend to the one who has betrayed me, how will I love even her? So far, I am not doing too well, but I am trying.

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When the Rooster Crows

Three times, Peter denied Jesus. I can only imagine the pain and indignity that Jesus must have felt. Peter, one of the first disciples to be called, was with Jesus throughout his entire ministry. And yet, through all of this, Jesus loves Peter.

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Words Matter

… the language of love that God imprinted on us at creation, during Jesus’s ministry and again at our baptism, often seems like a foreign tongue. It’s hard for us to trust in words like “grace,” “mercy,” and “forgiveness” for ourselves as being real, much less for us to speak and live them out to others.

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