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The Release that comes from Forgiveness - Restoring Relationships 5

Hayley Earley

June 2, 2019 • Galatians 5:13-15, Ephesians 1:7, Colossians 3:13, Matt 18:21-22, Galatians 5:1

By choosing to forgive, we are not only in a position to restore our current relationships but protect our future ones. Continuing the 'Restoring Relationships' series with a detour from the signs of life, Ps Hayley shares her own story of family restoration, describing how unforgiveness can be like gripping on to a cactus, but freedom comes from allowing Jesus into the hurts.

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