Posts tagged ‘forgiveness’

Surprise! God Noticed

King David committed grievous sins. Read more…

They Don’t Know

“…Father, forgive them. They don’t know what they’re doing…” (Luke 23:34 God’s Word ©). Read more…

Sleepwalking

Somnambulism
Do you thrill to these big words people have coined? A somnambulist walks in their sleep. Read more…

Forgiveness 500 Years Later

Two days ago I wrote about forgiveness, but this old teaching by Richard Baxter deserves to be heard on this topic, both eloquent and cutting. I have updated the English a little. Read more…

Endless Jewel Shared

I’m sad that believers emphasize differences and violate each other with them, and refuse to focus on what we all need in common, “Love God, love ourselves so we can love others”. Read JS Park with a loving, open mind: I’m starting to find that everyone’s Christian faith is utterly, uniquely different. Read more…

Forgiveness Is For Giving

As the preacher today spoke about forgiveness the thought came to me that forgiveness does not preempt justice. Read more…

Gone by God

Isn’t it weird how hard we work to hold on to things which God has erased? Read more…

A Prayer Worth Praying

I wanted others to share in this. It touched my heart and my mind. May it inspire you to faithfulness. Read more…

Act of Active Confession

Repeating the mantra, “And forgive us for all our sins, for Christ’s sake. AMEN” falls short of spiritual standards. Words are not enough. Read more…

Living Confession

A big issue for me stands with the false belief that confession of sins compromises the whole act of contrition (“humble regret”). To illustrate this I refer to AA (“Alcoholics Anonymous”). One of the steps toward healing and overcoming speaks of restoration (if possible) to all those who the drinker hurt while booze reigned as boss. I support this teaching and exercise. Read more…