“… You are also giving one another the opportunity and privilege of extending grace towards one another, and of practising patience with one another. Perhaps the next time your spouse does something and you are tempted to retort angrily, you might remember how humbly this person admitted their faults, or how gracious they were about your own failings, and that might cause you to bite your tongue, or to address the issue with more gentleness than you might have otherwise shown…”
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