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What the Unforgiving Servant teaches us about Forgiveness

One day, Peter came up to Jesus, and asked—“teacher, how many times am I supposed to forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus laughed and shook His head (my translation), no Peter, up to seventy times seven times. I am sure Peter was stunned by that revelation. 490 times? (insert the surprised look emoji here). Image courtesy of Pexels No human can offend you 490 times at a stretch, maybe over the span of a lifetime. Jesus was trying to teach us a lesson here, that we are to forgive people, every time, they happen to offend us. He did not just stop at that revelation; he went ahead to tell his disciples a story. So there was this servant who owed his master, let’

Got Complaint?

The roads are horrible! Traffic is crazy, and this rainy season isn’t making things any better. My internet is as slow as no man’s business;

Got Complaint?

The roads are horrible! Traffic is crazy, and this rainy season isn’t making things any better. My internet is as slow as no man’s business;

Acts of Kindness (2.0)

Gosh, I haven’t blogged in a little over a week, and I feel so guilty. Life and work have gotten crazy, and I am still learning the art of work-life balance (so help me, God). On the weekends, I just want to have my feet up, and not move a finger, while someone waits on me 24/7. But that is only wishful thinking. Hopefully, I get better and better, as the Lord gives me the strength to do the things He has entrusted me with. Image courtesy of Unsplash The first time I wrote about kindness was for thriveglobal.com, they usually give their contributors assignments on various topics to tackle. Kindness was a good topic to talk about, as we sometimes overlook the importance of it. So I decided to

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