Matthew 6:14&15 - 14 For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you: 15 But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. I am interested in how the various security of the believer beliefs interpret Matthew 6:14&15. Please don't turn this thread into a debate on eternal security; I am only interested in listing the various interpretations of Matthew 6:14&15, The most popular eternal security intrepretation (Jeremiah, Stanley, etc.) says this means Christians having unforgiveness are still saved, but are living out of fellowship with Christ. Most Arminian beliefs says this unforgiveness only applies to unforgiveness retained by the Christian a significant time after the issue has passed, i.e. unforgiveness during the issue is not the unforgiveness being addressed here. A possible Wesleyan Arminian interpretation is that if a Christian retains unforegiveness after the issue is settled and then resists (over a long period of time) the conviction of the Holy Spirit concerning that unforegiveness, that Christian is in danger of losing their salvation even if they still believe. A possible Classic Arminian interpretation is the same as the Wesleyan Arminian interpretation except that the resisting Christian under conviction of the Holy Spirit, will be under such conviction that he will chose to stop trusting Christ, thereby forfeiting his salvation, or he will forgive the other person and continue believing. Are there any other interpretation out there?