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|Forgive thy enemy, be reconciled to him, give him assistance, invoke God in his |
behalf. - Confucius Those who easily forgive invite offenses. - Corneille, Pierre It
is easier to forgive an enemy than a friend. - Deluzy, Madame Dorothe When you
|Figure 3 shows that participants repeated the exploitation of the victim who had |
not forgiven them, but did not exploit the victim ... s (2008) findings that the
expression of forgiveness generally serves to deter rather than invite repeat
|These actions of unmerited favor, extended to those who have hurt us, are what “|
declare the praises of Him who called you out of ... But we, the “graced,” do know
what it is to be forgiven, and we are invited to minister that grace to others. ... And
yet here Christians are invited to deal with offenses 62 • I forgive you, but . . .
|In the opening discourse of Practice in Christianity Anti-Climacus reflects on |
Christ's invitation to come unto him. ... It urges those who have strayed and lost
their way, those who have found human forgiveness but no rest, those who have
|It doesn't mean that you forget the offense, nor does it mean that by forgiving you |
tacitly invite bad things to happen again. It doesn't mean that you won'tdefend
yourself. So whatdoes itmean? Forgiveness isone of those words thatwe ...
|An unforgiving and vindictive society will invite more offenses when it fails to |
apply the law Paul is about to reveal! ... How many times, when we err again, we
hear from those who truly are not capable of totally forgiving and let go the words,
|In Sickness unto Death there is an entire section entitled, 'The Sin of Despairing |
of the Forgiveness of Sins (Offense)' [Part Two B.B] (SD, 113–24). ... the following
words from the cross, as Luke records them: 'Father, forgive them: they know not
what they do' (Lk. 23:34). ... What sense does it make to invite another to forgive?
|Discussion Questions for Forgiveness 1. ... If you do not wish to forgive this |
offense any more than you have, please say why. ... Tell them that you are going
to invite them to take two minutes of silence to reflect on the following: • Think of a
|These same compassion-based contemplative practices can also provide a path |
for those of us that seek forgiveness, as we sit in prayer with these broken spaces
within us, spaces from which offenses are born. ... When we accept this invitation,
however, we are offered a place within God's own self, as we learn to pass on
what has been given to us by God, and as we engage in the heart of what it ...
|How we deal with these offenses will determine whether we continue on our way |
trusting in Our Father, hand in hand with Jesus our Lord, or whether our Lord and
Master hands us over to be tortured. If we do not forgive everyone who sins ...