There was a king named King Dee-Dum. Who ruled over the kingdum of Dum. King Dee-Dum decided to divide the kingdum of Dum into Duke-Dums,Which are Dumish states.
There was a Dum Duke by the name of Duke Do-Dum,
Who wanted to be the greatest Duke in the Kingdum of Dum. He wanted a Dumtastle which would reach to the skies. And he wanted a huge Dumatory, which he would fill with Dum-bells,
which are Dumish soldiers.These Dum-bells would go out and rescue Dumsels in distress from Dragdums, but he had no Dum-bo’s, which are Dumish dollars,to build his Dum Dumtastle.
So he went to King Dee-Dum and borrowed a billion Dum-bo’s and built a royal Dumastle which reached to the skies and built huge Dumatories which he filled with Dum-bells, that went out and rescued Dumsels in distress from Dragdums, but he never payed back a single Dum-bo to King Dee-Dum.
One day King Dee-Dum was going through his royal records, and discovered that Duke Do-Dum owned him a billion Dum-bo’s and hadn’t payed back a single Dum-bo.He said to the royal Dum-bells, “ Go get Duke Do-Dum and bring him to me!”
So Duke Do-Dum was brought before King Dee-Dum
and King Dee-Dum said to Duke Do-Dum- “ You own me a billion Dum-Bo’s, pay them back now or I will throw you into my dumgeon!”
Well, poor Duke Do-Dum got down on his knees and begged for mercy! So King Dee-Dum looked on Duke Do-Dum and forgave him the entire debt. Duke Do-Dum left King Dee-Dum, a forgiven man but on his way home he saw another Duke named Duke See-Dum,
See-Dum owned Do-Dum two Dumbo’s.
Do-Dum said to See-Dum, “Give me those Dum-bo’s!”
See-Dum said “I can’t!” So Duke Do-Dum grabbed Duke See-Dum and threw him in his own Dumgeon.
Some other Dukes heard about what Do-Dum did
and went and told Dee-Dum what Do-Dum did
and King Dee-Dum was very mad. So he said to his Dum-bells “Go and get Duke Do-Dum!”
So Do-Dum was brought before Dee-Dum and Dee-Dum said to Do-Dum, “You are a dumb Dum Duke here in the Kingdum of Dum. I forgave you a debt of a billion Dum-Bo’s, yet you refused to forgive Duke See-Dum of a debt of only a few Dum-bo’s. So you unforgiving servant will be thrown into my dumgeon, till you pay them all back!”
Jesus told a story of a servant that had been forgiven of a huge debt, yet he refused to forgive another servant a small debt. The unforgiving servant is an example of those believers that have been forgiven of their sins by God but refuse to forgive others. So do not be dumb, be a forgiving believer.
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