THERE can be no greater test of true Christliness, as understood in Christian Science, than the ability to forgive and expunge from memory all injuries and wrongs received from others, whether these injuries and wrongs have been committed intentionally or unintentionally. Christ Jesus made clear the meaning of forgiveness when, in response to Peter's question, "How oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him?" he said, "Until seventy times seven.
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