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Forgiveness is a cornerstone of healthy relationships. It acts as a healing balm, mending wounds of betrayal, misunderstanding, and hurt, enabling us to move forward with love and understanding. One of the most important references to forgiveness can be found in Matthew’s Gospel. Matthew underscores the necessity of forgiving repeatedly, a principle of endless grace and mercy that mirrors God’s own unbounded forgiveness towards us. In Ephesians 4:31-32, Paul urges us to “forgive as God forgave you.” Reflecting on these scriptures, it becomes apparent that forgiveness is more than a mere act—it is an attitude, a way of life. It requires us to let go of resentment and animosity, replacing them with understanding and compassion. In relationships, this act of forgiveness can foster a nurturing and supportive environment where love flourishes. Moreover, forgiveness does not merely benefit the forgiven, but perhaps even more so the forgiver. It unshackles us from the chains of resentment and pain, allowing us to experience true peace, grace, and spiritual growth. (Source: Majellan Media)


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