Day 25 - Love Forgives
What I have forgiven, if I have forgiven anything, I did it for your sakes in the presence of Christ. – 2 Corinthians 2:10
Is about forgiving your spouse for things that they may (or may NOT) have done. For me, this isn't really an issue. I think we passed this mark several years ago, in some situations that I won't share in this journal. The fact that I MAY have shared them years ago was probably what caused some of the issues we had. That's probably some of the benefits of following the concepts of this book.
Love is protective. Love is honorable. Love is trusting, kind, patient…etc. The list can go on forever. There are so many things that is required to truly say you 'love' someone or something.
If anything, I should be asking her about forgiving me for things that I have done. MOST of that has to do with finances and career choices made by me. I think it put too much pressure on her, as well as the rest of my family. It's not about the money. It's about the personal relationships that were hurt because of me not handling my business correctly. I have time to make that up though… and I am working on it.
If there is anything that I have not forgiven her for that I can say here, it's probably something that is ongoing. I'll think about that today and act on it later.
|Today's Dare: |
Whatever you haven't forgiven in your mate, forgive it today. Let it go. Just as we ask Jesus to "forgive us our debts" each day, we must ask Him to help us "forgive our debtors" each day as well. Unforgiveness has been keeping you and your spouse in prison too long. Say from your heart, "I choose to forgive."
|Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing. (Luke 23:34)|
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