This is for those who may feel that they have been forgotten by God, and who feel that their sins are too great for God to consider them.
There are places in our lives that we haven’t visited in a long time, and to which its good to go back to begin a much needed healing process.
The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.
The most important lessons we will ever learn in life are about forgiveness, and we only really learn them the hard way through suffering.
When we’re infected with tall poppy syndrome, insecurity, fear or pain leads up to cut people down instead of watering them with grace.
The one thing that God cannot do is remember your sins once he has forgiven you. He has promised this many times in the Bible.
The mother of three children killed in a horrific road crash says she forgives the driver involved, and “cannot hate him”.
Just like the ocean tides, Gods forgiveness and mercy is new for us every day. We don’t deserve it but we cannot change the mind of God.
Our culture has a problem with forgiveness. We live in a post-forgiveness world. And it’s going to get brutal and cold if the trend continues.