Have you ever been hurt? Is it that painful that you feel that life is no more? Wronged by somebody you hold dear to your heart. Do not escalate your aching; release the wrongdoer.
Let it be past tense and focus on your future.
You are offended. This offense has caused loss – someone has just decided to take away your happiness. You did not deserve the punishment. This fault was not yours. Someone decided to make the wrong choices or judgment in your life. You are hurting.
As a result, you have lost ‘gold’. You did not deserve “the hurt,” Let it go! What is ‘gold’? In this case, ‘Gold’ is trust in a relationship, hope in life, wages or loss of a child. You try to forget, but your mind reads negative thoughts.
Your ‘hard disk’ is full of negativity, bitterness, and revenge. Your traits are now at another level you are always watching a horror movie in your mind ready to shoot up. The best advice is that you “let it go.”
Do not keep it to yourself. Yes, you were hurt! Start the healing process. We forgive to free ourselves from slavery. Do not run away from the truth or start numbing out, shrinking, turn on yourself, or pounding on someone in anger. Accept the reality to deal with the situation at hand.
On the other hand, having known the definition of forgiveness, it is essential to be on familiar terms with what forgiveness is not.
At times, we think we forgave, and yet we find ourselves back to the pain. You question yourself from within; “How could she do this to me?” “How could this happen to me?” Never mind go back to the drawing board and start the process of forgiveness again. Start all over again. It is a process – to release the wrongdoer.
Its all about realizing the mistake and pronouncing the two words, “Pardon me.”
“An apology can turn a clumsy mistake into a priceless gift” What does “Pardon me” or “Please forgive me” cross your mind. As many say, “Find it in your heart to forgive me.”
Oh! You sinner: you too, should not let the sun go down without asking for pardon or rather, without making things right. One should ask for a release – remission after committing an offense. Why is it so? The consequences “are prized.” The wages of sin is death. Is it costly? Yes indeed.
For instance, you have caused a loss; I mean any loss due to ignorance while practicing prowess or trying to prove a point, your “bill” is on its way coming. You will receive a charge sheet. The wages are expensive. It does not exterminate responsibility. (James 5:4).
First Corinthians 3:8 teaches us that we will receive payments according to our labor.
What made you cry will be outdated. It is not revenge that heals but letting it go not caring where it lands. By and by, you will recover. It is not the way you started but how you drove your life until it reached the end. What have you planted? Did you know the season of harvest would happen? Let God be our guide always.
An unforgiving heart can lead to depression find a therapist if it hurts too badly.