When we confess our sins to God, he forgives us and cleanses us from all unrighteousness, he wipes the record clean. He doesn’t bear grudges or use our past against us. God expects us extend this same level of grace to our spouses, siblings, children and all others He has put in our lives.
When you find yourself struggling with unforgiveness and you remember that Jesus paid for your sins, it should help you let the offense pass. God’s forgiveness is the reason you are born again in the first place, if you acknowledge that to be the truth, receive grace also to let go.
You may have been deeply hurt and may still be suffering the physical or emotional consequences of the offence; as long as your relationship and connection with God is still intact His presence will comfort and strengthen you.
In the Bible, there is a story of a man whose master forgave him a huge debt. Somebody else owed him just a fraction and he dealt with the person severely. When his master heard, he said “I forgave you so much yet you threw your debtor in jail...” He was punished for it.
Don’t get stuck in the place of pettiness and unforgiveness, let go of bitterness and every hurt. Receive grace right now so you can be free to move on.
I assure you that certain breakthroughs and promotions that have eluded you till now will come when this release happens in your heart.
I pray that God’s love will envelope you and will heal every hurt in Jesus name.
In His Love.