” This tells me that we cannot fully know something that we haven’t embraced. For example, how can you know (fully know) your friend or loved one if you haven’t fully embraced that person (strengths, weaknesses and other idiosyncrasies)? We do not know what we do not embrace. So, if we do not embrace people, places, or circumstances- we have no full knowledge of those things. This is why it’s so important to be friends with people who embrace you fully because that’s the only way they will know you fully and can love you rightly. We cannot love well what we do not know.”©Simone Holloway, 2019
We can tell a person and say “I forgive you” as many times as we want to but it doesn’t mean a thing until we actually can say that person’s name, go around that person, receive a message from that person and not feel a way. About four weeks ago I went through a whole…
“If we’re honest, our anger is with ourselves. We’re disappointed that we placed faith and trust in someone that we thought could do no wrong, but they did. Problem is: we’re all human, liable to make mistakes.” (c) Simone Holloway, 2018
The past is gone. The future awaits. Move forward. – 4wardCityChurch
Jesus is the condemnation eliminator!
Some may state that this notion of forgiveness encompassing the ability to forget is not feasible, I state that in order to truly forgive, forgetting is necessary.
I no longer look at you through the lens of guilt and shame, I view you through the eyes of love- God.
Hello old friends, new followers and fellow bloggers- Today is #FreedomFriday, and as many of you know- I truly believe that one can be free in their hearts and their minds. I believe in walking in true freedom, but I also believe in repentance and forgiveness. Sometimes in our freedom walk- we’ll miss the mark,…
“straddling the present and eternity”
“It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23