I'd like to know how someone who is unforgiving of others will be forgiven we are all sinners no...
not one is perfect.
The simple answer is that such a one won't be forgiven. That's what it says and that's what it means. If you want mercy on Judgement Day, have mercy on others. And if you don't you won't receive mercy. It's very simple.
I already knew the answer to the question,there is a reason that I asked this question,I've noticed that so many christains are not believers except when it is convinent for them to do so.It really worries me the state of the religious people.For this reason I no longer call myself a christain,I am a believer,and it is true that many who claim to be true christains can not find forgiveness because they themselves can not forgive.It saddens me to the core of my being,for many shall perish on judgement day,they will be lukewarm.
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