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Should forgiveness be unconditional?
Should forgiveness be unconditional? What do you think?
Loving Me Ugly - #6441
Why are you living away from home, from His "take you as you are" kind of love? Oh, maybe you're not in the pigpen yet. Well, don't wait until you hit the wall at the end of a dead-end street. And even if you have, head home. You will find a Father running to meet you and to clean you up and hug you.
Missing Him - #5769
As God gives you opportunity, remind them of how it was when they were close to Him. Maybe you're away from Him. Satan would love to keep your focus on the Christians who hurt you, or the hypocrites who turned you off, or the sin that's taken you away. But it's not Christians you''ve left or church or some religious rules, it's Jesus you've left! Remember how it felt when you were close to Him? Don't you miss Him?
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - No Castaways - #5691 | Your Personal Power | A Word With You
That's the kind of anchor love that your heart is so ready for, a kind of dependable love that you may have almost given up on, but a love that's guaranteed by the man who loved you enough to die for you.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Followers With Footnotes - #5608
Peter's not alone. His mindset here uncovers a troubling tendency in our commitment to Christ. Unconditional commitment to Christ tends to become conditional. As our lives get more complex, as we accumulate more and accomplish more, we start to add little footnotes and conditions to what began as an "anything goes" commitment to Christ.