Day 47: Forgiving And Forgetting

Day 47: from slacker to fierce

“But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peace-loving, gentle, compliant, full of mercy and good fruits, without favoritism and hypocrisy.”– James 3:!7 (HCSB)

Do you have a tough time forgiving and forgetting? If so, welcome to the club. Most of us find it difficult to forgive people who have hurt us. And that’s too bad because life would be much simpler if we forgive people “once and for all” and be done with it. Yet forgiveness is seldom that easy. Usually, the decision to forgive is straightforward, but the process of forgiving is more difficult. Forgiveness is a journey that requires time, perseverance, and prayer. Don’t expect forgiveness to be easy or quick, but rest assured: with God as your partner, you can forgive.

Today, write a list (in your journal) of the people you have forgiven from the list a few days ago (hopefully you’re on this list, too).

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