Thursday, February 25, 2016

Letting go of Offense

WE will come across people who will offend us knowingly or unknowingly.
But is it right to hold onto offense against people who offend us?
Apostle Paul writes in
Acts 24:16 This being so, I myself always strive to have a conscience without offense toward God and men.
We too sometimes offend people unknowingly. And there are people who will react negatively to the offense cause.

Bet is forgive, forget, let go of all negative feelings and move on.
Life is short and eternity isn't!
As Paul writes let us strive to have a conscience without offense toward God and men.
🌷I remember something brother Grant Lehmant had posted on FB some months ago:
Quote>>"There is a scriptural tool for an offense, An offense is a divine tool to disconnect you from someone unqualified for your future.
We must not give life to that which the Lord is trying to root out. When God wants to protect you, He removes someone from your life.
When God wants to bless you, He brings someone into your life."
Any so called friend of yours that can influence others to act negatively towards you, either by a lie or truth twisted or real truth out of order.
You can thank your so called friend that has flushed out the 'others' who would never be there for you anyway.
Spend your time with those who celebrate you, not just tolerate you.
You have never lost a true friend, only an impostor. <<Unquote

🌷So true, people who truly care will stand by you through thick and thin, will cry with you in times of pain and rejoice with you in times of joy!
Let us let go of all offense and move on in life.
There is so much in life to do let not offense hold us back or slow us down.
Have a blessed day!!

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