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Messages with tag - Forensic forgiveness

Sun, May 05, 2019
Passage: Ephesians 1:7
Series: Ephesians (2018)
Duration: 51 mins 55 secs
When you do something wrong, wouldn’t you like to think you will be forgiven? Listen to this lesson to learn how God has graciously forgiven our sins even though we haven’t earned it or don’t deserve it. Find out when this forgiveness took place and how and why God forgives us. Hear two Greek words used for forgiveness and how they emphasize the attitude of grace. See four categories of forgiveness and learn that we can express our gratitude to God for His forgiveness by forgiving those who have harmed us.
Sun, Jun 15, 2014
Passage: Matthew 6:14-15
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 47 mins 48 secs
"Forgive him? You don't know what you're asking. He doesn't deserve to be forgiven." Listen to this lesson to see that believers can't expect to be forgiven by God for what they've done wrong when they're refusing to forgive others. Learn about four categories of forgiveness and how Christ died for the sins of all mankind but that forgiveness is only applied when someone trusts in Christ as their Savior. Learn how many times Jesus taught that we should forgive others and see that at times there are consequences to our sins even when we're forgiven.