As we hang on the tree, faced with the pain and reality of being caught at the crossroad of decision, we must learn to cry out as Jesus did, ‚ÄúFather forgive them for they know not what they do!‚ÄĚ Forgiveness for the offenders was granted even before His death. We are included in those offenders. Our forgiveness was granted at the same time. Now we need to avail ourselves of said forgiveness.
Have you forgiven your offenders as you hang on your cross of hurtful memories and slanderous words‚Ä¶your cross where the nails of betrayal and rejection hold you while they inflict pain which allows the very life of who are to be drained out through a tumult of lies, innuendos and half truths?
Is it getting hard to breathe as your lungs fill up with the fluids of adversity? Is the blood of the battle running down your face? Is it having success in its sole