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Receiving Mercy Without Giving Mercy?

Are you a taker and never a giver?  I see this from time to time with persons who are always ready to take, but can’t find it in their very being to give or forgive.  One we hear all of the time is “ I will forgive, but I will never forget.” Consider forgiving and turning the hard part to you over to the Holy Spirit in helping you deal with the rest.  Please consider the following:
Receiving Mercy Without Giving Mercy?
In March of 1976, Carlo Gambino, boss of all bosses of the Mafia, died in New York.

Keeping the Christian Orthodox Faith

+Archbishop James Salisbury Jr., OSB.

Greetings in the name of our Lord JESUS Christ,

A THOUGHT ON PREACHING:   Preach faith till you  have it; and then, because you have it, you will preach faith.  (John Wesley)

Keeping the Christian Orthodox Faith
 In our day to day walk with each other  and with God we find keeping the faith in a world full of problems  a bit to much to take.  We often ask who can we trust, who will be faithful.  I often respond when asked this question “who moved?
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