Rutto Alejandro Martinez

As it is written in verse 25 elcapitulo 11 San Marcos: a Oey when you stand praying, forgive, if ye have ought against any: that your Father also which is in heaven may forgive you your ofensasa L second irrefutable evidence that we must forgive himself is our Father, Jesus orascion released when one of his disciples q ue the urge to teach us to pray a como also John taught his disciples. In one of his asides this beautiful and powerful prayer says: a And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who owe us (Luke 11:4, stressed out of text). Jesus encourages us to ask forgiveness for one’s sins with the authority given the fact we have forgiven who must a nos. In his Letter to the Ephesians, written from prison, the Apostle Paul spends a good amount to the theme of forgiveness and chapter four foinal urges us to be kind and merciful and forgive each other: a Antes, sed kind to one another, mnisericordiosos, forgiving one another, as God forgave you in Cristoa (Ephesians 4:32, stressed out of text). Let’s talk again to the Apostle Paul. Follow others, such as Spurs, and add to your knowledge base.

In his letter to the Colossians, the great propagator of the gospel of life reflects on old and new and, among other things, tells us to comprotarnos as the elect of God, with mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. And then also address the issue of forgiveness: a soportandoos one another, and forgiving one another, if anyone has a complaint against another a (Colossians 3:13, stressed out of text). With all these arguments will resolve the question p cy in the title. Of course we can forgive others, but it is not optional, because the Bible when it comes to the issue makes it imperative mode, ie is an order, to grant forgiveness to one who has had an attitude that has caused us any harm. So when someone apologize again, does not evade the issue by saying that God is the only one who can forgive. You can and should do and not just once but on every occasion in which the circumstances test their mercy. Rutto Alejandro Martinez is a renowned Colombian journalist and writer, a teacher linked to several Colombian universities. It author of four books and co-author of three others that address the topic of leadership, ethics and Human Development. It is often invitadocomo speaker at conferences, forums and other academic events.