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  1. Nilrajas says:
    Forgiveness is the release of resentment or anger. Forgiveness doesn’t mean reconciliation. One doesn't have to return to the same relationship or accept the same harmful behaviors from an.
  2. Kazrall says:
    Forgiveness is the act of pardoning an offender. In the Bible, the Greek word translated “forgiveness” literally means “to let go,” as when a person does not demand payment for a debt. Jesus used this comparison when he taught his followers to pray: “Forgive us our sins, for we ourselves also forgive everyone who is in debt to us.”.
  3. Mautaur says:
    Jan 01,  · While God commands us to forgive others, he never told us to keep trusting those who violated our trust or even to like being around those who hurt us. The first step to understanding forgiveness is learning what it is and isn’t.
  4. Malarn says:
    ‘Please forgive my ignorance and realize that the events and happenings are totally fictional.’ ‘Lying about one's age is, forgive the expression, an age-old practice if one is a woman.’ ‘Sanctuary, forgive the expressions, but where on earth are you and what the hell have you done?’.
  5. Daisar says:
    Synonyms: forgive, pardon, excuse, condone These verbs mean to refrain from imposing punishment on an offender or demanding satisfaction for an offense. The first three can be .
  6. Akinosida says:
    I forgive you, if you are sorry for the fault, and my arms are ready to receive you. Dearest Madam, forgive me: it was always my pride and my pleasure to obey you. Some things seem the harder to .
  7. Faudal says:
    Sep 02,  · Do not attempt to forgive someone before you have identified, fully felt, expressed, and released your anger and pain. If you decide you are willing to forgive, find a good place and time to be.
  8. Meztizilkree says:
    Forgive definition is - to cease to feel resentment against (an offender): pardon. How to use forgive in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of forgive.
  9. Grogal says:
    1 day ago · At a rally in the western city of Grodno on Saturday, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko asked protesters to forgive police “if they made a mistake” and ordered striking factories to be shut down. Speaking before a gathering of his supporters, .

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