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March 12, 2019


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Sonya Stockklausner

To forgive as we are forgiven is not a matter of discrete transactions. A ' tit for tat' relationship with God. But it is to enter into an economia of love which is the life of the Spirit of God. In this economia, to be forgiven and to forgive are one in the same. It seems to me that this is what Vladika might be saying.

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