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Can you truly forgive?


Forgiveness is a must in life! Not for others but definitely for yourself. When you harbor unforgiveness, it slows down your blessings while the other person is living their life. Communication plays a major role as well. Sometimes a simple conversation can clear up an offense or misunderstanding.

What if you are ready to forgive and the other people isn't ready to talk or hear your side? Do you forgive within yourself or do you just move on with your life? If it is a family member or a long time friend, how can you really just dismiss them and not ever look back? So many questions come to mind because I have been in many of these scenarios and I have always come back to, I FORGIVE YOU! I may cry, be angry, or vent to my husband but I always try to make it right. Not for the other person but for myself.

See in order for me to be forgiven by my heavenly father I MUST forgive the next person, even if it hurts! So I encourage you all to do the same. Reach out to that person who you need to forgive!!! Don't worry about if they accept it or even respond, free yourself from that bondage and see how much better you feel.

HAVE YOU EVEN NEEDED TO FORGIVE SOMEONE BUT DIDNT HAVE THE WORDS TO SAY???

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freddielacy21
freddielacy21
Apr 12, 2023

My reply to this is simple, forgiveness is for you and not the other person. When we hold on to unforgivenness we allow the person who offend us to have power of us. Now every time this person or people come around it changes our attitudes and atmosphere causing us to have a bad day. So when you forgive you show them that your peace is too important to be disturbed by anyone and you value your peace over any circumstance.

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