Living in UnforgivenessGrowing up...I was taught to forgive those who have hurt me. Whether that be a friend, a family member, someone I barely knew, or a complete stranger. Why is it then...that when we're children we're taught to forgive each other and let go of what hurt us; but when we become young adults and adults, we find it harder and harder to forgive those who hurt us in one way or another.Living in Unforgiveness2 years ago in Other More Like This
Why? What does holding a grudge do for you? Seriously. Does it make the relationship between you and that person better? No. Does it give you a good feeling? Probably not. So why hold onto it? The bible says that you must forgive others for your Heavenly Father to forgive you. Living in unforgiveness...it's not good for anyone. It ruins relationships, it pulls apart families, and it smashes the ties that people need to have; especially when times of trouble come and hit hard.
So...please, look at yourself and ask yourself: Is there someone that I'm still angry at? A family member? A friend? A complete stranger?