The opportunity to forgive

with Bill Moody, Diane Sheth, and Sabrina Stillwell

Have you thought about forgiving a family member, a friend, or a neighbor and it seems just too hard to do?

What if we are going about it in the wrong way? What if the starting point for forgiveness isn’t the courage to say “I forgive you,” but the willingness to see a person we feel has wronged us in a different, more spiritual light? 

Today’s contributors explain how they have crossed that threshold of forgiveness through gaining a new view of their fellow man and woman as the sons and daughters of God.

If you are waiting to put a “task completed” check by a note to find forgiveness, this edition of the Sentinel Watch might just be for you!

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