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(Celebrating 15 Years since the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1)
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A Taste of Our Current Bulletin
My Dear Friends,
Forgiveness, Conversations with God tells us, is not necessary in the Kingdom of Heaven. That is because God can neither be damaged nor offended, and so has no need to forgive anyone. Think of it this way. Do you have a need to forgive your three-year-old grandchild for misbehavior? Of course not. And we are, to God, what a three-year-old child is to us. In the community of humans that inhabits this earth, however, forgiveness can be very healing. What is fascinating is that it is healing to the forgivER even more than it is to the forgivEN. In Pennsylvania, where young children were shot in the head as they stood in front of the blackboard More...