Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tip #7 Forgive Others And Forgive Yourself


"Hatred stirs up strife, But love covers all sins."  Proverbs 10:12(NKJV)

Have you ever been around someone who seems to be overcome by bitterness, anger, and even vengeful? These individuals have one main obsession in common – an unforgiving heart.  At one time or another, the individual has felt they have been wronged.  Unfortunately we all become ill-treated by someone on occasion; sometimes even by someone we love.   Where it becomes an issue of sin is when we find ourselves holding onto grudges wanting to take revenge on those who have wronged us.  The sin the other person had done to us becomes deep rooted sin within our own heart because we failed to give the transgression the person had committed toward us to the Lord.  We failed to forgive the offender.  

I know all too well how one can become so miserable because I too had an unforgiving heart at one time. To continue with this post please go over to Laced With Grace.  Thank you.




  12 Steps Finding Joy and Staying Joyful

Tip #1 Smile and Laugh Regularly click here

Tip # 2  Be Careful What You Think click here
 Tip #3 Count Your Blessings click here
Tip # 4 Remember The Source of Our Joy click here
 
Tip #5: Formulate and Work Towards Goals That Challenge and Motivate You. click here
Tip # 6: It Is Fine To Be Angry or Sad click here





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