When you’re hurt by someone- really wounded- you're forced to think through the matter of forgiveness afresh. This has been the case in my own life. How ought one to forgive? What if the person is unrepentant? Can you forgive someone if they don’t ask for it? Should forgiveness erase all of the consequences?
These are the kinds of questions that naturally arise.
I found great help in the following message by John Piper. Not only did it bring new clarity to the issue, but it proved to be something of a healing salve to my soul.
Perhaps you could use a good reminder as well? Maybe you’re struggling with the logistics of forgiveness?
Carve out 30 minutes and give it a listen.
You can find it here.
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