Posts Tagged ‘forgive’

The Marriage Tip You Need During Quarantine

“Why does he not see things the way I do?” This question rang in my head as I walked up and down my street. Step after step did not take me further from the selfish anger that seemed to float around me like a thick cloud. Marriage is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever known and yet at the same time can test me the most in hard moments. One of the best pieces… … Continue reading

Blessing Someone Who Has Hurt You

It’s reasonable to assume that being a Christian is not easy… And what about being a GOOD Christian?… Well, sometimes that seems like a huge mountain to climb! I’ve been a Christian my whole life & it seems I’m just now getting around to making the GOOD Christian leap! For me, that’s a process of making thoughtful & difficult life decisions that I know will upgrade my soul to a higher place. Blessing someone who… … Continue reading

Why I’m Not Ready to Forgive Yet

We walked up the car with our mouths wide open. Even from a distance, I knew something was wrong. My boyfriend and I had just enjoyed a beautiful fall hike in the woods at a public park and returned to find that his car had been broken into. My first thought was, there is no way that’s our car! There is no way that someone smashed out the window in the car I drove here in.… … Continue reading

Forgiveness. Sometimes it’s rough, but worth it and there are two great benefits of truly forgiving others.

There are certain theological words that, despite being common among Christians, are so persistently misunderstood by our non-Christian neighbors that a lot of explanation—and, usually, correction—is necessary. Think of words like “redeem” or “glorify” or “Trinity.” If you don’t go to church, you don’t use those words … unless you’re talking about church people. Read more HERE … Continue reading