Jesus, speaking to the disciples about his coming death on Calvary and resurrection, gave them a new commandment (John 13:34). Jesus, gave them this command as he knew that God first loved us and sent him (Jesus) for the express purpose of forgiveness of sin and bringing reconciliation to the father. It is because of the love of the Father that the, Son gave his life, that we might not die in our sins, but live eternally in righteousness with the Lord.
Good Morning, Today's post we will continue to explore Forgiveness, and how extending forgiveness is an act of compassion and love. We all want others to over look our flaws, our eccentricities, our failures, our sins or ugly characters. We cover with makeup, clothing, material possession and hide behind religious doctrine to make ourselves appear… Continue reading Forgiveness: Don’t Forget What You Look Like!
Today's post focuses on forgiveness and how it affects your physical and spiritual health. Forgiveness is an action, that releases us and is a true benefit to us.