Forgiving becoming a habit…

I

Know

Forgiving

Is

The

Best

Punishment

To

Give

For

My

Enemies

But

It

Is

Now

Becoming

A

Habit

Of

Mine.

Be cool and stay cool.

15 thoughts on “Forgiving becoming a habit…

  1. Forgiveness is when you give up your right to punish someone for what they have done to you. You cancel the debt they have with you just like Jesus did when He died on the Cross for our sins. Forgiveness doesn’t mean what they did was okay, our motivation to forgive comes from a God who has forgiven us over and over again for the sins we have committed towards Him.

    May we have the Spirit that Jesus did on the Cross when He said, “father forgive them for they know not what they do.”

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  2. Forgive me for a maybe nonsensical comment; I have a migraine coming on.
    Forgiving is one of those things that, until you feel it, you can’t know how heavy your anger and frustration weighed on you.
    “Habit” is a good word for it. Like, the peace of having forgiven becomes a part of you, as natural as breathing.

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  3. I think there should be repentance before forgiveness. The New Testament does not advocate unconditional forgiveness. Jesus asks God to forgive them as he dies on the cross. He advises his apostles to, ‘bless those who curse you and pray for those who persecute you’. To me, this is not the same as asking us to forgive unconditionally. First we need to heal ourselves of the hurt caused to us by another. We do not need to seek revenge but we also do not need to forgive – unless the person seeks it. Even then, it is not essential to do so.

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  4. I’m not sure how to forgive. There is no manual out there. Just when I think I’ve done it, the person does something else to anger me and my old resentment comes flooding back. Why isn’t there a step by step manual for HOW to forgive? I want to just not sure how to. Great post.

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    1. The manual may change according to the person. Forgive and let go off to avoid them repeating again and again. It’s good to leave such persons. Thank you

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