It’s a word that’s on my heart these days – Forgiveness. The power of it. The grace in it. The need for it. The gift it gives to those who receive it. The greater gift it gives to those who give it. I marvel that forgiveness is not a standard human emotion – for the heart fights for justice and vengeance. It is a foreign human emotion – to forgive the one who breaks your heart. An emotion that I believe transcends human emotion and becomes bigger than us – something shown to us by our Creator. A friend shared this video with me, and today I want to share it with you. A story of forgiveness. That says it so much better than I can.


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  1. Wow! Nothing to add to that… just “Wow!”

  2. And Paul – I second that emotion. Wow indeed. And thank you Kelly.  Wow.

  3. So beautiful. And loving.

  4. Beautiful Kelly.  I love the whole thing – her forgiving, then the letter to the artist, then the song, then the surprise in the booth at the radio station!  Amazing!


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