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Message of the Day: Forgiving One Another Is A Basic Christian Attitude!

And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.” (Ephesians 4:32, NKJV)

Instead of stealing, Christians should practice honesty, both to help others and to look after themselves. The uncontrolled tongue, as much as any of the other bad habits listed here, grieves God’s Spirit.

Image courtesy of Olive Tree Bible Software.

Therefore, bad habits of speech, like being angry with or talking about others, must be replaced by speech that is helpful to others. Our lives should be characterized by love, kindness, compassion, understanding and forgiveness.

Forgiving one another is a basic Christian attitude, which is a result of being forgiven in Christ, along with being kind and compassionate, rings to others what we have received from God.

Sources:

MySword for Android. Riversoft Ministry, 2011-2019.

Olive Tree Bible Software, 1998-2020.

Zondervan NASB Study Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 1999.

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