Many use the phrase “God would forgive me” to cover-up their insincerity. And this would always hit back at them, because the people they’ve broken their hearts and trust may never forgive them! … More God Forgives and Forgets but People May Not
This is about things we never thought needed forgiveness, little things we believed we could let slide, but keep hurting our memories whenever we are reminded of them. Forgiveness is not only applicable when there is a present physical damage, but even for things that don’t count at that time. To truly let those seemingly little things go, you have to put Love into action. … More Let Little Things Go
True repentance isn’t all about shedding tears and being enveloped by guilt. It’s being convicted to move on and fix our mistakes in order to become better versions of ourselves tomorrow.
Don’t fall under the pressure of having to forgive someone instantaneously within the same second that you say you forgive them. It’s a process. Little by little, the hurt will disappear and that’s just fine. … More Forgiving Yourself and Others
Forgiving yourself is simply letting go of the past. It is identifying the limiting belief or negative emotion you’ve attached to certain things or events, it is moving on.
For most people, forgiving yourself is harder than forgiving others. When you don’t forgive others it becomes resentment and anger and when you don’t forgive yourself, it becomes shame and guilt. … More Forgiveness: Forgiving You