Tag Archives: Unforgiveness

What Do Ancient Jewish Scholars Say About How to Forgive?

YOU WILL BE SURPRISED There is a core misunderstanding among Evangelicals, Protestants and Catholics today with regard to rabbinical writings on forgiveness. In Matthew 18:21, an enthusiastic Peter asks Jesus “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” The typical explanation follows these lines. “Jewish […]

Forgiving Path Testimony from Chris M. (Kelowna)

“When I started the Forgiving Path, I was skeptical thinking that the crimes committed will not only be ignored, “whatever” and my complaint won’t be heard, “so sad, too bad! Sucks to be you!”.  After all, the judge of all the earth has much “bigger things to do”.  After the station 7, I was able […]

Unforgiveness Kills!

Unforgiveness kills. It kills us as people. Recent studies have shown that couples who are harboring resent have higher cortisol levels in their blood. Cortisol is normally a good thing to our body, but if left at high levels for extended periods can lead to illness, fatigue, depression, or perhaps more serious physical breakdowns. One […]