I want to share a story today of forgiveness and sovereignty. God’s sovereignty and forgiveness are co-joined or it is not truly forgiveness.
God has a purpose in bringing hateful people into our lives and it's not to harbor offenses in hatred and unforgiveness. We are to witness love.
Whichever way you choose, God supports. It's amazing how much the prodigal's father supported his son's choice. He enabled him to go and held back nothing!
If unforgiveness of others keeps me tethered to them, then unforgiveness of myself ensnares just as completely. There must be forgiveness for me, BY me.
The more God shows this debtor of the vast, Everest-like mountain of forgiveness I require, the more joy I have in extending forgiveness to someone else.
We can flinch mentally and emotionally as well as physically, and what the Holy Spirit showed me is that flinching is a hardening of the heart.
When we forgive, our joy comes from the removal of hindrances to fellowship. Forgiven and clean, how could we not experience the joy of the Lord in full!
I am constantly learning something new about forgiveness. It's a much deeper well than I ever suspected, and the joy that follows is greater all the time.
A curse without cause will fly harmlessly over my head…unless I’ve opened a door to the enemy somewhere in my heart. Unfortunately, I had opened the door.
A prayer offered up for forgiveness, cleansing, and healing from SELF-HATRED. Are you ready to live as one forgiven, cleansed & ultimately healed completely?
If I want to be a forgiver, I not only have to inquire of God about what the offense is but also receive from His Life His forgiveness.
When we step into the divine inheritance and move from hating God to loving Him, the power of the curses we inherited and earned on our own is broken.