Forgive

Matthew 14-15 NIV is where Jesus himself, as He is teaching His followers, says “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your Heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.”

To fully walk with Christ you must forgive those that you’re angry at and/or that have hurt you. No easy task for us humans but when we are filled with the Holy Spirit, Gods strength gives us the ability and power to over come the world and ourselves.

Who do you need to forgive?

Through prayer and petition with thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6) talk it out with God and He will help you. God knows your heart and He is listening for you to talk to him about what is bottled up inside.

We are all naturally born sinners which makes each one of us perfectly imperfect. It’s easier to live in sin than to walk with Christ yet forgiving others is a must in order to be free to roam His kingdom.

It’s a daily talk with God for me. I have to ask him repeatedly to give me His strength to let go…

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About Louann

I am a Christian, wife, and mother. I have two adult children, a daughter and a son, both married and living the AirForce life. My Son and Son-in-love are both active duty members. I am a Distributor for Young Living products because I love the toxin free life. You may go to www.myyl.com/lozlows to see all of the products they offer and enroll with me or you can simply just order for yourself. I created this blog to share with others my thoughts as to leave a legacy for my family. I am open for discussion on any of my blog posts as long as it is kept clean and friendly.