forgiver forgiver


  • (n) a person who pardons or forgives or excuses a fault or offense



  1. The complexity of forgiveness involves the healing of the forgiver as well as the forgiven.
  2. The truth of forgiveness is that its benefits--a healing sweetness--may accrue more to the forgiver than to the forgiven.


  • Asheville area Devotional: Say 'yes' to Jesus

    There is a story from the Old Testament that will point to our belief that God is a healer and forgiver who wants his people to be restored in his image.
    on August 15, 2013     Source: Black Mountain News


  • "As a teammate, I'd welcome him," defensive end David Bowens said. "I'm cool with it. First, he owes an apology. It's about his teammates. (But) I'm always a forgiver. It's something for Rick and the guys upstairs. It's obviously going to be...
    on Nov 24, 2004 By: David Bowens Source: USA Today

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