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An unpleasant scenario took place between some friends and me causing much hurt and pain. I have apologized and asked for forgiveness. In turn, I have forgiven them. However, it seems that the others have not forgiven me and would not talk about it nor talk to me. I am finding that I am having episodes of anger against them because of their unwillingness to solve things. Does this mean that I have not truly forgiven them; and that I am fooling myself? Also, should I continue to try to get their forgiveness or do I let them have their space?
The Holy Book of Exodus 32:7-10 depicts God as lacking forgiveness for and quick to judge the very same people that he had rescued from the hands of the Egyptians. Indeed, without the intercession of Moses, God would have destroyed all the people that Moses had worked so hard to save. How does the Coptic Church view this subject?
When God forgives a sin, does he forget it or still consider it, even if he doesn’t count it against you?
Why did God not forgive Adam and Eve immediately when He is so forgiving?
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