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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=14px]And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. – Matthew 6:12

Many godly believers in the past have recommended to pray the Lord’s prayer multiple times a day, in many Church traditions every sunday the Lord’s prayer is recited. In the underground North Korean Church they put emphasis on reciting the Lord’s Prayer together. One of the benefits of this practice is daily you can check your heart if you have any unforgiveness in it towards someone. As our Lord shows us that we should expect God to forgive us debts as we also have done to others. Some brothers and sisters claim that they do not have unforgiveness towards an individual but in their hearts their actions show they do have this poison. The Lord has forgiven us and does not hold or accuse us over sins that have been forgiven, but when we say we forgive others, we still hold their sins to the light, such is not true forgiveness. Only God is the one that can truly help someone that has sinned, when humans try and fix a problem without God it ends up getting much worse. When we forgive others we also release ourselves from bondage and open the door for God to bring healing to our heart. When we hold onto bitternress, resentment, and unforgivenness we can suffer throughout life with problems and end up hurting ourselves much more.

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