Friday, September 13, 2019

Myth

Kindred,

It might surprise you to know forgiveness has nothing to do with the narrow way.

The victim did not commit any crime or sin: therefore, does not require forgiveness.

The victim, innocent of sin and wrong doing, did not moved away from the narrow way.

The confusion may stem from not holding a grudge when injured.  

Note: Holding the guilty responsible and identifying the sin or crime are not grudges. Neither is having moral outrage when heinous crimes or sins are committed.

The perpetrator, sinner, did move away from the narrow way or was never on it to begin with.  

Even if the victim forgives, the perp will still not be on the narrow way.





Why have standards fallen so low? Where is the sense of honor and duty? There is no win or salvation in the shame of dishonor and indecency....