Nuggets – Forgive

He struggled through the night, the Word was nigh him – if thou regard iniquity in your heart the Lord will not hear you (when you pray). Though he felt it was a sin against him, he forgot that he had committed a greater sin against the Lord. The Lord’s prayer teaches that we should forgive as we are forgiven.

As he rose the next morning, he wanted no more of the experience of losing the peace and the joy of the Lord in his life. He had to forgive although he felt justified to be at odds with his son. After all it was the son who did wrong to him. Why should he forgive his son who did not ask for forgiveness? But God said so. To disobey God is worse than not forgiving your son. So he humbly sang the following and found great relief in his soul as peace and joy once again flowed into his life. Phew that was a tough lesson on disobedience.

Today if you are carrying the weight of unforgiveness in your life and heart, relinquish it and once again know the peace that passeth all understanding. He will forgive you as you forgive.

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4 Responses to Nuggets – Forgive

  1. Finally being able to forgive resulted in the greatest changes in my life!

  2. ptl2010 says:

    Sometimes even if we want to forgive and forget we cannot because the enemy of our souls wants us to feel condemned and reminds us repeatedly like a broken record in our mind.

    We need to then refute the condemnation after praying and forgiving with the help of the Holy Spirit and claim :

    1 John 1;9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

    Romans 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.

    Once we have forgiven and committed to the Lord, let us not take it back on to our shoulders, we claim freedom in faith and leave it with the Lord – praise the Lord. He hears and answers prayer and His Word is sure and Amen to His glory.

  3. granbee says:

    We only poison ourselves when we hold onto unforgiveness.

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