One Another: By Kindheartedly Forgiving One Another
Peter's offer to forgive others "seven times" more than doubled the acceptable norm in their society. So when Jesus replied "seventy times seven," the disciples understood a new principle was involved: that of not keeping count at all. In this message, we learn that biblical forgiveness is based on the price He paid to redeem us. We can have compassion on others, and forgive the hurts we receive, only because we have experienced God's forgiveness for our offenses against Him.
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