Our Sins Are Great Against God. So great that you could never pay for them yourself. In fact the analogy that Jesus made of ten thousand talents that the wicked servant owed his master was $5 Billion dollars. No one with a typical wage could ever pay back this much - t even in a thousand lifetimes. God Freely Forgives Our Sins. If we ask Him to, by repenting and confessing that we have sinned against Him and asking His forgiveness, and receiving Jesus as our Lord. Only the blood of Jesus can cleanse us from the penalty and stain of our sin. The Trespasses Against Us Are Comparatively Small, Even tiny compared to our sins against God. Jesus makes the analogy of a brother transgressing against us as owing $7000 dollars. It was of some significance but a working laborer could reasonably earn eugh to pay back this amount. We may amplify a sin against us as a large debt but compared to what each of us owes God (a $5 billion dollar debt) it is thing in comparison. Of course our debt of sin against God is actually infinite. But the analogy Jesus is making is that the sin that someone commits against us is as thing in comparison to the sin that we have made against God. If you do the math the numbers show that we owe God ($5 billion) and this is about a million times worse than what ever sin someone made against us ($7 thousand). We Should Therefore Most Freely Forgive Others. Because God had extremely generous compassion on you - you should have compassion on someone who sins against you. For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do t forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. Matthew 6:14-15 Notice in this verse that without the Father's forgiveness of your sins, then you will be cast into Hell. Take this very serious. Testimonies of Hell For Unforgiveness. Included in this book are some real and frightening testimonies of people who saw people in Hell for unforgiveness. Also some people (even pastors and evangelists) who were almost cast into Hell for unforgiveness. It truly is more serious than you thought.