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The Way To Treat Those Who Wrong





"If your brother wrongs you, go, show him his fault when you and he are
alone. If he listens to you, you have won over your brother. Even
though he wrongs you seven times in a day, if he turns to you seven
times and says, 'I am sorry,' you shall forgive him."

Peter came and said to Jesus, "Master, how often am I to let my brother
wrong me and forgive him? Seven times?" Jesus said to him, "I tell you,
not seven times but seventy times seven.

"That is why the Kingdom of Heaven may be compared to a king who wished
to settle his accounts with his servants. When he had begun to settle
them, a man was brought to him who owed him ten thousand talents; but as
he was unable to pay, the master ordered that he be sold, together with
his wife and children and all that he had, in payment of the debt. At
this the servant threw himself on the ground and begged of him, 'Master,
have patience with me and I will pay you all I owe you.' Then the master
out of pity for him let him go and forgave him his debt.

"But as soon as the servant went out, he found one of his fellow
servants who owed him one-sixtieth of a talent, and he seized him by the
throat and said, 'Pay me what you owe me.' The man fell down and begged
him, 'Have patience with me and I will pay you.' But he would not and
had him imprisoned until he should pay what was due.

"Now when his fellow servants saw what had been done, they were troubled
and came and told their master what had happened. Then the master called
him and said, 'You wicked servant! When you begged of me, I forgave you
all your debt. Should you not then show the same mercy to your fellow
that I showed to you?' And in anger his master turned him over to the
jailers until he should pay all that was due. So also will my heavenly
Father do to you unless each of you sincerely forgives his brother."





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