Forgiveness is more than the act of forgiving - It is an attitude that must be part of our lives.  God said "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." (I John 1:9).  But He also said, "...forgive, and ye shall be forgiven:" (Luke 6:37).  Look at what Christ said when Peter asked how many times he should forgive someone who has offended him,"Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?  Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven." (Matthew 18:21-22).  Its hard to forgive - yet forgive we must.  Some claim we should only forgive those who have repented.  What does the Bible say?

Hopefully the follwing articles will help you understand what forgivenss is about:

Forgive and be Forgiven  If you are not prepared to forgive others, will God forgive you?  What does the Bible teach? 

Offending and Forgiving Why do we cause offence?  Why do we take offence?  How do offences affect relationships and what can we do about them?

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Lost Ten Tribes

Is the identity of the lost ten tribes of Israel relevant?  See our article Children of the Promises 

Do you know

the difference between the law and a covenant?  Or the difference between commandments, statutes and judgments?  If not make sure you read see our Bible Study on God's Law   

Have You Considered

Jesus Christ said that no one has seen or heard his Father.  So who spoke to Abraham, Moses, Isaac and Jacob?  To find out make sure you read our article - Who Spoke.

Do you know who the two witnesses will be?   See our article -  The Two Witnesses.

Will you be part of the bride of Christ? - See our article - Bride of Christ.

Points to Ponder

When we take of the wine and bread in rembrance of Christ's sacrifice are we observing Passover, or the Lord's Supper?  Is there a diference between the two?  If so - what is that diference?

Be sure to read our article on 'The Truth About Passover'

As you are preparing to celebrate the Lord's Supper you may also want to read our new article 'Examine Yourself'