David learnt about forgiveness. When David, the one who would become king of Israel was young, he thought he understood about forgiveness, but he didn’t. Like so many of us, David learnt about forgiveness by the things that he suffered. Continue reading “How King David Learnt About Forgiveness”
By: Danni Synot
“Go and love someone exactly as they are. And then watch how quickly they transform into the greatest version of themselves. When one feels seen and appreciated in their own essence, one is instantly empowered.” -Wes Angelozzi Continue reading “Are You Holding the Watering Can or the Machete?”
By: Clare Bruce
The mother of three children killed in a horrific road crash in Sydney on Saturday night says she forgives the driver involved, and “cannot hate him”—and has asked the community to pray for her family. Continue reading “Mum of 3 Children Killed by Car Smash, Speaks of Forgiveness and Hope”
By: Steve Grace
Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. — Lamentations 3:22-23
By: Stephen McAlpine
Our culture has a problem with forgiveness. We live in a post-forgiveness world. And it’s going to get brutal and cold if the trend continues. And it is trending. That’s the precise word for it, because all of the tools are available to unforgiveness to ensure it does.
By: Clare Bruce
It was an astonishing and rare display of Christ-like love in a Texas courtroom, when a young man forgave the Dallas woman who shot and killed his brother.
Continue reading “Incredible Act of Jesus-Like Mercy, as Man Forgives the Woman who Killed His Brother”
By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
Unforgiveness stops us from hearing God’s voice almost more than any other area. When we bear unforgiveness in our heart, we can’t get through to God and we won’t be able to hear him.
Continue reading “Unforgiveness: How to Overcome one of the Biggest Obstacles to Hearing God”
By: Annette Spurr
Carolann’s life began on the devastated, post World War II streets of London, when Londoners still shook with fear at every loud noise, believing that war could reignite at any given moment.
Continue reading “The Healing Power of Forgiveness”
It’s not easy to understand forgiveness, let alone accept it and give it to others ourselves. And if we struggle to grasp human forgiveness, how much more do we struggle to understand how God forgives, because God is not like us.
Continue reading “How God’s Forgiveness Works”