The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 4. The Forgiveness of Injuries

As God, for Christ’s sake, forgives us offences which as yet cause us no humiliation and pain, and which we do not specifically ask Him to forgive, so, for Christ’s sake, we shall frankly and heartily forgive our fellow-men those offences against ourselves in which they are conscious of violating no duty, and for which, therefore, it is impossible that as yet they should feel any sorrow. By our very forgiveness, we may at least lead them to repentance.

By Robert William Dale

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