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Nov 27, 2016 | Hexon J. Maldonado

Let Forgiveness Flow

A new MP3 sermon from Tapestry Community Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Let Forgiveness Flow
Subtitle: Messiah & Kingdom have Come
Speaker: Hexon J. Maldonado
Broadcaster: Tapestry Community Church
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 11/27/2016
Bible: Matthew 6:14-15
Length: 49 min.

Overview: Forgiveness is an interesting topic in the Christian world. This is because on the one hand, we talk of being forgiven by God. We talk of receiving God-s forgiveness by faith. We talk of the freeness of God-s forgiveness. We pray for forgiveness and thank God for his forgiveness. Yet on the other hand, we wrestle with questions like what does it mean to forgive- Is God-s forgiveness of our sins contingent upon our willingness to forgive others- Are we obligated to forgive all who sin against us or just those who ask for forgiveness- And if we don-t forgive others, what does that mean or look like to withhold forgiveness- Listen as Pastor Hexon clears up many of those questions.

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