A Story Of Unforgiveness

Sharing a story of unforgiveness that lasted until physical death.  I had relatives that held onto anger, unforgiveness, and hatred towards other relatives up until the day they drew their last breath.  I see this happening today by people I know.  It could be over a misunderstanding, a physical object, something that was said or done.  It truly matters not what it was or is, as if we don’t forgive others we will be sent to Hell and then the Lake of Fire for all eternity.

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Why am I sharing this?  I know people that hate me or I’ve offended because of something I did, something I said.  All I can say is please forgive me.  I can’t change any hurts I’ve caused, but the Lord can heal you.  I am not perfect and truly hope nobody else out there thinks that they are without sin!     

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I have been given a greater portion of peace and know the Lord’s hand of protection is on me.  I don’t know how much more time I have remaining in this physical body that is failing.   Please get your houses in order.  No time to be playing games!

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Time is very very short.  Choose today who will you serve.  Is it more important to treasure your stuff over fellowship or friendship?  

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I’m in the process of downsizing and must get rid of much stuff in preparation for a move.   Absolutely nothing I physically own is worth much, as it’s not where my treasure is.   If anyone wants to fight over my stuff when I am gone, I say seek the Lord now while he can be found.   

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Word of warning!  We must be careful about how we give, so we don’t sound a trumpet to bring accolades to ourselves.  I personally try not to tell anyone what, why or where I give.  Let whatever we do, be a blessing to others. Let the giving be done between us and the Lord.    


Matthew 6:19-21 (HCSB)

“Don’t collect for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal.  But collect for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves don’t break in and steal.

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

Matthew 6:14-15 (HCSB)

“For if you forgive people their wrongdoing, your heavenly Father will forgive you as well.

But if you don’t forgive people, your Father will not forgive your wrongdoing.


Matthew 6:1-4 (HCSB)

 

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“Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of people, to be seen by them. Otherwise, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.  So whenever you give to the poor, don’t sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be applauded by people. I assure you: They’ve got their reward!  But when you give to the poor, don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.


Unto the Least Of These Song.


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4 thoughts on “A Story Of Unforgiveness

  1. I too know of unforgiveness against others and even myself that was carried to death and also still exists in some who are still alive. Although, every soul has to their last breath to repent. So really I may not have the full story in my case. What I do know for sure is there’s not always a opportunity to repent as death comes unexpectedly most times.

    I can only pray for those who still carry unforgiveness and cause discord & strife. For me, I will always strive to forgive all who have hurt me. I’ve found it feels so much better to do so and free’s my soul from bitterness.

    Blessings~

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    1. Very true what you write about we truly don’t know who repented before they passed away. Only the Lord knows that for sure. Sometimes our eyes or ears may see something, but the Lord knows the hearts even before someone dies. Some may have called upon the Lord, even if only in their thoughts before they passed. Yes, it’s always better to forgive others and I agree it frees us from bitterness.

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