Forgiveness

Blindspot: Does God Show Us Our Weaknesses Through Others?

Oct 13, 2019
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As I was pondering some scriptures today, the Spirit taught me something that caused a significant paradigm shift in my mind. Two verses of scripture that are very meaningful to me revealed a blindspot in my perceptions of myself, others,…

“There isn’t anything to be forgiven”

Aug 20, 2019
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“There is a limit to human charity,” said Lady Outram, trembling all over. “There is,” said Father Brown dryly, “and that is the real difference between human charity and Christian charity. You must forgive me if I was not altogether…

Notes From the Climb: May 2017

Jun 4, 2017
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Men are that they might have joy. (2 Nephi 2:25) The word “joy” as found in the following standard works: D&C: 42 times New Testament: 72 times Old Testament: 137 times Book of Mormon: 145 times “…my soul was filled…

Forgiveness & Repentance

Jan 27, 2017
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Forgiveness is the loudest praise, repentance, the greatest peace.

Forgiveness

Sep 25, 2016
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I really enjoyed this quote from George MacDonald about forgiveness: “…unforgivingness to our neighbour; the shutting of him out from our mercies, from our love—so from the universe, as far as we are a portion of it—the murdering therefore of…

The Parable of the Two Debtors

May 22, 2016
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Jesus once told a parable about two debtors. The first debtor owed the king 10,000 talents, but when the time came to pay up, he didn’t have the ability to. The king commanded that this debtor’s whole family and property were to…