National Season of Forgiveness (ft. Matt & Mercedes Schlapp)

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“If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” – 2 Chronicles 7:14

This Thanksgiving, a new grassroots movement is rising up to challenge Christians! It’s time to forgive our enemies. National Season of Forgiveness begins on November 26, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, and it continues for the entire next year until November 26, 2024.

God calls us to humble ourselves by getting down on our knees and recognizing that we are sinners, just like every other person ever born on this earth. We are no better than anyone else, even the people who have wronged us. If we have that humble spirit, how can we hold grudges? Why would we cling to the pain and the bitterness?

For the sake of our country, we must let go of our anger. We must forgive our enemies.

Are you ready to join this grassroots movement? What about your family or your church? Maybe your small group or your homeschool co-op?

If you are, visit https://wearenotenemies.com to learn more, and use #WeAreNotEnemies on social media so we can find your ministry!

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