Tag: repentance

the f-word

aphiemi is our f-word. It means to send away, dismiss, set free.  It means to forgive. So much has been said about forgiveness so I won’t go on and on. Probably. Maybe. We’ll see. Here is what I have seen, what I am seeing, and… Continue Reading “the f-word”

broken and whole

She showed me her little clay pot that was a lovely shade of blue. I was surprised at how beautiful it was. Beautiful and cracked. Broken and whole. Jagged lines ran up and down and sideways all over it. It wasn’t hard to figure out what had happened.… Continue Reading “broken and whole”

desperate encounters – pt. 3

This is part 3 of a 4 part post in which I look at four women, desperate for different reasons, who encountered Jesus. In part 1 I highlighted the woman at the well. You can read that here.  Then we looked at the woman with the… Continue Reading “desperate encounters – pt. 3”

the forgiveness question

The question today is “do we need to forgive someone who has not asked to be forgiven?”. The question is valid, and arises from my recent post, “how many times”. I find only one place in scripture that seems to indicate that my forgiveness… Continue Reading “the forgiveness question”

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