Forgiving One Another
Forgiving One Another
Ephesians 4:31-32
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 6, 2022

How do you handle things when someone does you wrong, when they let you down, when they fail to keep a promise, when they hurt you in some way? Often we seek retribution. We demand justice and a fair resolution of the situation. Sometimes in anger or bitterness, we may seek revenge as we attempt to have the last word. In Ephesians 4:31-5:2, Paul teaches us a better way to react and live with one another.

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