"Revenge might make a good film, but forgiveness makes the greatest story"
Revenge and Forgiveness are key themes in Scripture. Here Jesus shows us that Christians are to turn the natural way of things upside down and in the place of unlimited vengeance offer unlimited forgiveness.
This isn't easy -- it can even seem impossible.
What we need to have is new hearts; hearts which recognise how much of a debt of sin we owed to God, how great His mercy was in Christ, and that because we have been so miraculously and undeservedly forgiven we too are moved to forgive.
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