Category Archives: Forgiveness

Forgiveness Is Not Easy But Necessary

When someone has slapped you down repeatedly, even when you didn’t realize your denigration for years, how do you forgive?  The only way comes from recognizing how God has forgiven us. Each of us creatures have a sprinkling of less … Continue reading

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Two Amazing CT Articles on Forgiving Castro and Your Children SHOULD Believe in Santa

Today I read two articles, one from CT (Christianity Today) and the other from CT Women (Christianity Today Women), which I must share! The first on forgiveness — specifically, forgiveness of Castro’s astrocites — blows me away. Forgiveness is difficult … Continue reading

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Moving from Sorrow, through Frustration, Trust, and Forgiveness, to Blessing

The blog posts, email devotionals, and scriptures I read daily, during a traumatic, sorrowful period, frequently gave some healing as well as advice to keep me moving forward. The perpetrator of my frustration also had bombardment from external forces.  I … Continue reading

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Is It Possible to Forgive?

When someone has slapped you down repeatedly, even when you didn’t realize, for years, you were being denigrated, how do you forgive?  The only way is to recognize how God has forgiven us. Each of us creatures have a sprinkling … Continue reading

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Forging Forgiveness

When someone has slapped you down repeatedly, even when you didn’t realize, for years, your denigration, how do you forgive?  The only way comes from recognizing how God has forgiven us. Each of us creatures have a sprinkling of less … Continue reading

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And a Little Child Shall Lead Them

Yesterday, on our way home from my grandson’s afternoon Sports Camp, we made a stop for a much needed haircut. As we were sitting in a line of cars trying to leave the parking lot onto a busy street, Kevin … Continue reading

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Les Misérables, the movie

The classic book, transformed into a phenomenal stage play, and now reproduced in an outstanding movie, meets the viewer on myriad levels.  The themes of love and forgiveness ring within me as they these issues currently personally confront me.  The … Continue reading

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