When Christ commanded that we should forgive one another 'seventy times seven', it was in response to a scenario in which one disciple were to forgive another disciple. In essence, fellow Believers are to offer unrestricted and unlimited forgiveness to one another.
Christ did not, however, indicate how many times we are to forgive NON-Believers. Earlier in the lesson, he said to 'turn the other cheek.' The human body has a very finite and limited number of cheeks to be turned.
A fellow Christian should be forgiven always. Others? You may give then a second chance, and then thats it. At least that is my interpretation. It would have been very simple for Christ to say, "oh you should always forgive people over and over again without limit" but he did not say that.
He also did not say that forgiveness must be given with trust: you can forgive, but you are not required to forget.
The great thing about minecraft, is that you can always rebuild - and when you have a good community on your server, you aren't alone in having to do so. I look forward to joining soon. I am not going to make 15 hasty and pointless posts just to gain access, so you may not see me online for some time. That is fine. Patience is the best appetizer.
Bob (aka RKDN, aka Arcadian)