Strength in Self Forgiveness
If somebody has done something against you and you should be over it by now, yet for some reason are still mad, consider that you may need to forgive yourself.
Often, bitterness remains in a situation because we are unknowingly mad that we didn’t respond strong enough to really “teach them a lesson” for mistreating us. We also often find ourselves regretting that we trusted them enough to allow them to hurt us. Finally, we also have the situation where we were offended because the other person did something to us that we could have and maybe even had considered doing to them, but just never did it out of consideration for them, so we’re mad that we sacrificed and gave them more consideration than they were willing to give us in the same situation.
In any case, even when forgiving the other person, sometimes – even often – it is NECESSARY to also forgive yourself. Forgive yourself for being too kind, too considerate, too compassionate, too foolish, too naive, etc., to the point that somebody was able to take advantage of it and hurt you!
…and in such, you shall be strengthened. Bless you.
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Posted on August 13, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Besodeiah, bitterness, compassion, consideration, faith, forgive, forgiveness, God, Jesus, love, ministry, peace, prophet, sacrifice, strength, UGFE, UGFE Ministries, vengeance. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.