Day III – Saying What Hurts

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On this day I am acknowledging how many times I have been wrong

The saying is always “I am only human”…

In reality more than our desired times we use that as an excuse to cover up the reality that we have made mistakes and sinned. We don’t like to admit we are wrong. We think only in actions and words we harm others, but also our thoughts towards them can build up and spring up attitudes towards them that we do not even realize. Admitting what we have thought, said or done wrong makes us vulnerable and our ego is not willing to let its guard down. Sadly, that becomes our hinderance in everything. Towards God it becomes the hinderance in prayer and in our relationship with Him. With others it takes the toll of not only falseness, but bitterness and resentment. The only thing holding our ego up will do is put a barrier between you and the person and God. You will not be able to receive healing through forgiveness towards the person. You will not be able to come closer to God. If we only learn to let our guard down and admit we are wrong. If we only could forgive. If we would go ask for forgiveness not only to God, but first to the person we have done wrong then satan’s manipulation party will be over with us! We would be healed and have absolute liberty to in our relationship with God. Ask for forgiveness to whom you have done wrong and forgive those that have hurt you too.

Pray to God for forgiveness.

Matthew 6:14-15

For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.  But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.

On this day I admit my mistakes, receive forgiveness and keep on in the wonderful mercy that God has provided. I hope you can to.

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2 thoughts on “Day III – Saying What Hurts

  1. Thank you for posting this! This is one of my greatest struggles! Forgiveness is such a powerful word! I enjoy reading all of your posts! Karian

    • I think it is everyone’s struggle because is not a one day one thing but a constant battle to face. Thankfully God fights them for us. We just have surrender. God Bless You! 🙂

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