Forgive and Reconcile

Forgive and Reconcile

“Forgive one another as I have forgiven you.”


One of the benefits of confronting our mortality is that we are able to set things in order. We can let go of those incidents and people who have harmed us, ask forgiveness of those we have harmed, and make a genuine attempt to re-establish relationships. When we attend to these tasks, we have peace, and much of the pain of dying is taken away.

Table of Contents

SCRIPTURE: 2 Samuel 13:1–22, 36–39; 14:13–14; Luke 15:11–32; John 21:1–17


• Identify the Current Issue

• Discover the Eternal Principles

Teaching point one: Hurts not dealt with may become emotionally and physically destructive.

Teaching point two: You can choose to forgive or seek forgiveness.

Teaching point three: Reconciliation takes two.

• Apply Your Findings

• Recommended Resources

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