Read (from the New Living Translation)

21 Then Peter came to him and asked, “Lord, how often should I forgive someone[a] who sins against me? Seven times?”

22 “No, not seven times,” Jesus replied, “but seventy times seven![b]

Matthew 18:21-22

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What do you do when you know you’re not in the wrong? Do you have to forgive then? That’s tough! 

This happened to Wally from The Wally Show after a huge disagreement with his brother-in-law. He discovered that bitterness changes more than just yourself or the person who wronged you…

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I always forgive it makes me feel better even if I end up getting hurt again.

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There is something about forgiving over and over as I to have a trust in people thus yes I get disappointed but in the end my heart can heal and I can move on when I see others can not which makes me sad. If God can forgive me multiple times, I too can forgive others even when they don’t forgive me.