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Forgiveness Friday Taste the Sweetness of Forgiveness

FORGIVENESS FRIDAY

TASTE THE SWEETNESS OF FORGIVENESS

 

TASTE THE SWEETNESS OF FORGIVENESS (Photo by Pastor Davis)

TASTE THE SWEETNESS OF FORGIVENESS (Photo by Pastor Davis)

Now is the time for you to “BREAK THE CHAINS OF REMORSE AND REGRET,” that is keeping you locked in a prison that always seems impossible to escape because your mind is filled with hate

How do you ever expect to enter into the Kingdom of God when you have so much hate in your heart for your fellow man? The word of God says, if anyone boasts, “I love God,” and goes right on hating his brother or sister, thinking nothing of it, he is a liar. If he won’t love the person he can see, how can he love the God he can’t see?

The command we have from Christ is blunt: Loving God includes loving people. You’ve got to love both.  (1 John 4:20-21 MSG) Forgiveness frees your mind from the burdens of the past so you may walk victoriously into the future. Forgiveness should become a habit. 

When Peter asked Jesus, how often should we forgive others, he answered;  “Until seventy times seven.”  He who forgives to infinity will never hate. Forgiveness should start now.  Putting off forgiving only deepens the wound.  Clinging to bitterness postpones happiness. 

Life is short, time is fleeting.  Today is the day to forgive.  Take this moment and search your heart for the list of those persons who you know you should be forgiven and take the first step and make it happen. When you do this you will, “BREAK THE CHAINS OF REMORSE AND REGRET!”

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2 comments

  1. “…if anyone boasts, “I love God,” and goes right on hating his brother or sister, thinking nothing of it, he is a liar.”
    I admit, I have been that liar. I’ve learned that forgiveness is an ongoing battle when you are a genuine helper and giver, when deeds are misused and abused by others. You are right, being unforgiveable deepens a wound….forgiveness frees.
    Thanks for this blessed reminder. Have a blessed weekend. (check your email request 🙂 )

    • PASTOR DAVIS/MASTER TEACHER

      My Dear Sister, I thank you for your powerful testimony, it is one that most of us can relate to as something that we too have done, but over time the Holy Spirit will convict those of us who are truly committed to the Lord and have a true and honest heart of forgiveness of our fellowman. May the Lord our God keep you close to Him as He lifts you higher and higher into His Kingdom building process. Be blessed my friend. (Please resend me your email request at: pastordavismasterteacher@gmail.com)

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