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  • Lisa Take

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    Thank you Dr. Balcomb for this heartfelt sermon, one that we should each copy and paste, keep in our pockets and pull out from time to time to read again. Truly, we’re at a tremendous loss when we think of forgiveness as a shortcoming or a sign of human weakness, but in the words of Mahatma Ghandi, “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” Now’s the appropriate time to prove how strong we truly are as a movement.

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  • Carol Pobanz

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    This is a powerful and timely message…Thank you Dr. Balcomb for bringing this message to the forefront. This was the topic our small group covered this week…and we too came to realize how lack of forgiveness deeply damages our own spirit and pulls us away from the “familyhood” of God and humanity.

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