Forgiving the Unforgivable
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Joe CarlsonMarch 13, 2023
Thanks so much for your article i am in a situation that has driven me to some very Un Christ like behavior and have struggled to forgive and have unconditional Love!
Mark W MinerMarch 10, 2023
Incredibly moving, thank you for sharing both of these stories. Forgiveness is truly the Atonement of Jesus Christ in action.
LewisMarch 10, 2023
This is an extraordinarily difficult principle to live, but you teach it so powerfully. I am grateful for the Savior’s example of forgiveness, and the serenity and peace associated with true forgiveness. We tend to hold on to our bitterness, even to the point where it begins to corrode our souls. If we can just see fit to let it go, I think we will find the peace and joy you speak of.
GTOMarch 10, 2023
Two heart-rending, life-changing stories. Thank you so much for sharing these with us. I feel overwhelmed by how these situations were turned around. Endowed with hope.
MMarch 10, 2023
Enlightening and thoughful.
Marcela StaceyMarch 10, 2023
Great article - thank you. One question: in the story where the young girl is in Africa, what would forgiveness have looked like if they only would have badly beaten her and hurt her, but not killed her. Would forgiveness require that she go back to risk possible further injury? The parents went back at risk of injury - should the girl have gone back too if she hadn’t died?
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