Episode highlights:

  • A person has genuinely forgiven the moment they make the promise not to use the offender’s sin against them.
  • When a person seems like they “haven’t truly forgiven,” it is usually that they are still struggling with the pain of the sin committed against them.
  • The forgiver can begin to deal with the pain of betrayal by soaking in and personalizing gospel truth.
  • The offender should give the other person time and space to heal.

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