1. Being aware of what someone has done and still forgiving him. Total forgiveness is achieved only when we acknowledge what was done without any denial or covering up – and still refuse to make the offender pay for his crime. Total Forgiveness Experience by RTKendal
This can be a hard one. Especially when we want to hold on to those mistakes made and use them later on to make a point or put the knife in a little deeper to make one feel worse than they already do. Sometimes it is done subconsciously. But I believe the Spirit will remind us just before we let it out. We are not perfect and never will be…that was Jesus, remember.
But I tend to agree with the statement. We can’t hold onto those mistakes our partner makes just to throw it at them later. It’s bondage; can’t let it go. It’s just rapped around in your head, which can give you a headache, stomachache, backache and many more ailments in the body. You must let it go to remain free.
Remember the Word tells us in John 8:7 “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone …”
Our God given marriage is too important to our communities and children to just let it go. I guess we will always have something to work on. That’s what counts…never giving up and never giving in.
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