Self-forgiveness is a myth. It is not simply something we can grant ourselves for ourselves any more than a debtor can forgive his own debt.

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The concept of “forgiving yourself” is an impossible, narcissistic, burden spawning from a purely self-centered worldview. The act of self-forgiveness is found nowhere in the Bible and stems from modern psychology. The truth is you can only receive forgiveness through confession by faith. Through faith in Christ, you can be forgiven.

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For many of us, forgiveness is easier said than done; however, just because it’s hard does not mean we shouldn’t do it. As Christians, the best way we can show we are Christ followers is to extend forgiveness – even when it is difficult and even when the offender doesn’t “deserve it.”

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Sin seldom affects just one person. Instead, sin festers. Even those sins we think we have hidden will be brought to light. And, those sins we believe are only hurting us are actually hurting those who love us. Ultimately, sin separates. Sin separates us from God and others.

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Here is a break-down of forgiveness on three different levels.

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