You must see this short clip concerning forgiveness. Oprah sits down with Marianne Williamson and the way she describes the path to forgiveness shed incredible light and perspective to the subject! Sit back, relax, and become enlightened. Enjoy
¿Estás listo para perdonar? una de las mayores razones por las que extiendo el perdón a las personas que me rodean es porque soy honesto acerca de lo defectuoso que soy. cuando era más joven, me enfrentaría a la idea de que hago muchas cosas mal. Siempre tuve una razón o una explicación lógica de por qué Cometí un error o dejé caer a alguien. Nunca admitiría que había arruinado o hecho algo malo. Por ejemplo: “si la persona que conduce delante de mí iría más rápido, no sería tarde” “si hubieras madurado, sería capaz de ser honesto contigo” si comete un error, no importa cuál sea la explicación que sigue, debe pedir perdón. La palabra de Dios dice pedir perdón todos los días. servimos a un Dios que quiere que venamos a él con nuestros problemas y nuestro problema para que él pueda intercambiar nuestras dificultades con su provisión y gracia. si no aprendemos cómo reconocer nuestras malas acciones, entonces estamos diciendo que no hay necesidad de un Salvador.
Todo el mundo comete errores, su tiempo que aprendemos a convertir esos errores a la única persona que puede arreglarlos. Dios. #SLiM See. Aprender. Inspirar. Hacer movimientos
One of the greatest reasons why I extend forgiveness
to the people around me is because I am honest about how flawed I am.
When I was younger, I would battle with the idea that I
do so many things wrong. I always had a reason or logical explanation as to why
I made a mistake or let someone down. I would never admit that I had messed up
or did something wrong. For example:
“if the person driving in front of me would go faster,
I wouldn’t be late”
“if you would just mature, I would be able to be
honest with you”
If you make a mistake, no matter what the explanation is
that follows, you must ask for forgiveness. The word of God is says to ask for forgiveness
We serve a God who wants us to come to Him with our
troubles and our problem so that He can exchange our issues with His provision
If we do not learn how to acknowledge our wrong
doings, then we are saying that there is no need for a savior. Everyone makes
mistakes, its time we learn to turn those mistakes over to the only one who can
fix them. God.
Forgiveness is not saying
you accept the person who wronged you. Instead, forgiveness is choosing
to accept what happened as it happened rather than what could or should have
There are things that we can control in life, but a person’s personality
is not one of them. If you are on this planet then there has been some instance
where you did not get what you deserved, been lied to or worse.
I am here to tell you that holding on to the unforgiveness is punishing
you and not the person who wronged you. Its time to understand what has happened
and choose to forgive yourself and forgive the one who wronged you.
You are not able to change what has happened, but you can change the burden
Ok, guys its that time again. It’s time to learn the power of forgiveness!
What is there to gain by learning how to forgive? Here are some benefits of forgivenesss:
Improved mental health.
Less anxiety, stress, and hostility.
When you are able to move past a mistake someone has made against you, you then open a new door that is elevated past the experience and welcomes you into a world of development and maturity. You are now saying to the world that you can not be held captive to past pains and circumstance.
This New Freedom exudes love not only in your work relationships, or school, but in your personal relationships as well. You no longer have to be stressed by things that happened to you or feel hostile about the things that happened around you. You now become a person who holds the key to every door you wish to walk through. Instead of feeling like you’re being dragged through every door that life throws at you.
Remember. Forgiveness equals freedom. Stop by next week and learn the steps of forgiveness.