Walter Bright

Recently I was speaking about the power of forgiveness at a meeting and there a young woman two or three rows from the front. I could tell that she had something on her mind. She seemed a bit anxious.
Apparently, she didn’t want to interrupt or draw attention to herself. But I could sense that she was struggling very hard to ignore the urge to ask a question.
Finally she gave in, and with a raised hand asked, “but what if they are not sorry for what they did?” I thanked her for the question and assured her that I would address the question in the next session. However, I took some time to counsel with her after the meeting because she was obviously looking for an answer to deal with a pressing need.
 The following is a summary of what I told her and later shared with the group:

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About osarobohenry

Born again Christian, father, husband, brother, and friend who loves learning and reading more about the goodness, mercy, peace, love, faithfulness and protection of God. A peace lover. I fellowship with Lewsey Pentecostal Church - Luton, United Kingdom .

2 responses »

  1. It’s not about the one who hurt you…it’s about you…how you deal thesituation ..They may not deserve your forgiveness ..but you deserve better!
    Gr8 post!
    Words I can put in practice …Thank you for sharing these words of wisdom!


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