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Today's Devotion

Forgiven and Forgiving

  • December 18, 2018 | Matthew 6:12
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Numerous psychological studies have demonstrated what is known as the “endowment effect,” in which people tend to value things they own more highly than those they do not. For instance, someone may be willing to pay no more than 50¢ for a pencil; once they have a pencil, though, they might be unwilling to sell it for any less than $1. Human beings exhibit a strong proclivity to overvalue the things we believe are ours and undervalue those belonging to others.

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