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Due to COVID-19 We are not meeting in our building , but we are meeting outside our building in a large tent so we can all worship together. This is plan for the whole fall season. The tent is heated. (No Registration Required) AND Online @ 10 AM .
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Forgiving Those Who Hurt Us

Jon Hasselbeck
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November 17, 2019

This is an audio message.

Forgiveness is not just an act of compassion for the wrongdoer. Research suggests there are positive

psychological benefits and improved health outcomes when one forgives. More importantly, throughout the

bible, we see the spiritual implications of why we should forgive and what can happen when we do not.

Jesus says we need to forgive others if we want forgiveness from God (Parable of Unforgiving Servant, Matt

18: 21-35). God’s forgiveness of our lifetime of sins (i.e. ten thousand talents) far outweighs what we need

to forgive others of (i.e. hundred denarii).

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