[VIDEO] Forgiveness: Too High And Difficult A Virtue? | Matthew 18:21-35 | Rev. John Arnold

This week, our usual Sunday evening service coincided with the beginning of Yom Kippur, the biblical Day of Atonement. On this day, people across the Jewish world read from the Scroll of Jonah, reminding themselves of the centrality of repentance in their walk with God. This centrality of repentance is not only tangible throughout the BIble but echoes throughout the New Testament. However, how often are we told by the world that forgiveness is contemptible? CS Lewis famously remarked, “it is not that people think this too high and difficult a virtue: it is that they think it hateful and contemptible.”