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"Forgive one another, even as God, for Christ's sake, hath forgiven you."
Epheisans 4:25-32
 
Have you even received an overdue bill with this label, "Neither of us can afford to let this account grow any older, why not send a check today and get it off our minds?"  How do you settle your accounts?
 
It is a fact that Christians have spiritual obligations that must not be allowed to go unpaid. When a believer has been unjustly treated, he owes the offender forgiveness for Jesus' sake. Both the wronged and the wrongdoer stand to lose a great deal by failing to settle the account as quickly as possible. The wronged have . . .

"Forgive one another, even as God, for Christ's sake, hath forgiven you."
Epheisans 4:25-32
 
Have you even received an overdue bill with this label, "Neither of us can afford to let this account grow any older, why not send a check today and get it off our minds?"  How do you settle your accounts?
 
It is a fact that Christians have spiritual obligations that must not be allowed to go unpaid. When a believer has been unjustly treated, he owes the offender forgiveness for Jesus' sake. Both the wronged and the wrongdoer stand to lose a great deal by failing to settle the account as quickly as possible. The wronged have an obligation to forgive!
 
Christian friends, if you are harboring a resentful spirit in your heart toward another person, even though he may be at fault, you are in arrears(overdue) on a debt that neither of you can afford. Settle your account today by, "forgiving one another, even as God, for Christ's sake, hath forgiven you."
 
Since the LORD your debt did pay,
Saved your soul in grace one day,
You with charity should live
Always ready to forgive.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - It doesn't take a doctor to tell you it's much better to remove a grudge than to nurse it. 

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