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God gave a reason to forgive

CLAY CENTER — “I will never forgive him for what he did!” Have you ever said that to yourself about someone who deeply hurt you?     
When someone you trust lies, physically abuses, verbally intimidates, tricks or uses you – it hurts. It causes emotional injuries that swell up into resentment, anger or bitterness, which all have rooms at Hotel Unforgiveness. Margaret Stunt once said that “unforgiveness is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies.”  
What are the options we have when someone has hurt us? Should we just bury it, sever the relationship or plot some type of nasty revenge ...


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