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- RT @LovLikeJesus: In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, & do not give the devil a foothold. -Eph … 6 hours ago
- RT @WCGovSafelyHome: Crackdown promised to reduce carnage on roads - Times LIVE timeslive.co.za/local/2015/08/… via @TimesLIVE 14 hours ago
- RT @cnalive: At Mass, we can pray for dead that the merciful Face of God "free them of every remnant of fault & embrace them in the unendin… 14 hours ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: People should always pray and not give up - Luke 18:1 19 hours ago
- RT @WomanDoItAll: A goal without a plan is just a wish. 22 hours ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Sometimes, I just sit back and realize how blessed I am. God is great. I have amazing people in my life. I shouldn't c… 22 hours ago
- RT @DavidRoads: What you will allow is what will continue. 22 hours ago
- RT @MuscIeFitness: God has a bigger plan for me than I have for myself. 1 day ago
- Migrant crisis could endanger Anglo-German relations, Merkel ally warns
- US launches secret drone war against Islamic State in Syria
- Illinois police killing: manhunt under way for suspects
- North Korea 'would have no chance in a conflict with South'
- US election 2016: Jeb Bush goes on the attack against Donald Trump
- Ferry carrying thousands of migrants arrives from Lesbos
- Bears drowning after flood at Russian zoo traps them in cages
- US election 2016: Jeb Bush advert slams 'The Real Donald Trump'
- Congolese child soldiers to give evidence against 'warlord' Bosco Ntaganda at The Hague
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Tag Archives: Forgiveness
Oh, wow… Behold the power of forgiveness. The article behind this video is here.
Virtue Online: In dozens of stories about Nelson Mandela after his death few mentioned his greatest achievement – the creation of a South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission which was part of the new country’s Constitution. Its negotiators were former … Continue reading
Reproduced from The Austin Stone: Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” These are simple, powerful, and even poetic words that I’ve said so many times without fully grasping their meanings. On July 15th, my … Continue reading
The Southern Cross: Have you ever said the words: “I will never forgive you for what you have done to me”? Maybe not, or maybe not often, I hope. But these are common words spoken in anger after an experience … Continue reading
George Conger: One of the most notorious criminal cases in modern European history has returned to the public eye, dominating the front pages and leaders of Belgium’s newspapers. A judge has agreed to release Michelle Martin from prison on the … Continue reading
G. K. Chesterton once wrote about being asked the following question, “Why did you join the Church of Rome?” Chesterton was an agnostic in his youth, then was an Anglican for many years before entering the Catholic Church in 1922. … Continue reading
It befalls a Jewish-Buddhist (or Jewbu – Robert Downey, Jr) to make the call. MSNBC reports: Los Angeles — It was supposed to be Robert Downey Jr.’s night, but somehow Friday’s American Cinematheque Award ceremony became all about Mel Gibson. When the evening’s honoree took … Continue reading
“… while society will never forgive me, God has.” NY Daily News: Albany – Notorious “Son of Sam” serial killer David Berkowitz has no interest in getting out of jail. Berkowitz said prison is “not a good place” but he … Continue reading
Exemplary Christianity! (CBS News) Minneapolis – In Minnesota, a young man was murdered and his killer was sent to prison. Then, as CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman reports, the story took a surprising turn. In a small apartment building in North … Continue reading