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When are we forgiven ? Parable of the unforgiving debtor [closed]
In Matthew 18:23-35, the parable of the unforgiving debtor, it tells the story of a debtor who owes a king money. The king forgives the debtor, yet the debtor doesn't forgive the the one who owed ...
Mar 5 at 14:17
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