Teacher: Dan Gallagher
Many Christians understand that we are commanded to forgive one another, but problems often arise when it comes to forgetting. Although God never commands us specifically to “forget” the offenses of others, or even our own transgressions, the fact remains that there are both times when we should and should not forget. In this teaching, Dan Gallagher first reviews various aspects of forgiveness, and then explores the model God gives us of Himself regarding how He forgives and forgets. Lastly in part three he gives practical examples of when forgetting is a bad thing and when it is the right thing to do. We believe this teaching will inspire you in your personal relationship with God, as well as with others.