Letting Go Through Forgiveness

In Matthew 6:12, when Jesus was teaching his disciples what we call “The Lord’s Prayer”, He said, “Forgive us as we forgive others.”  He put such emphasis on this idea that two verses later He mentions it again.  It was as if He started to walk away but turned around and said, “Listen to what I’m telling you!  If you forgive others, your Heavenly Father will forgive you.  But if you don’t forgive, you won’t be forgiven.”  Think about this – It’s the only part of the prayer he repeated!

It will be the thing you think about over and over and you will lose your peace and cease to function because you are so tied up in knots.

But here’s the key – when somebody has hurt you, don’t curse it, don’t nurse it, and don’t rehearse it.  Instead, disperse it and God will reverse it!  That means don’t complain about it, don’t think about it over and over and don’t constantly talk about how hurt you are to other people.  Instead, disperse it.  Give it to God and He will turn the situation around for your good.

Remember, you’ve been forgiven.  Walk in that forgiveness and you’ll be free.  Nobody will be able to rob you of that freedom! When you’re hurt or offended, give it to God and let Him deal with it, and He will.  That’s what brings the miraculous turnaround that you’ve been looking for in your life; your turnaround financially, your turnaround emotionally, your turnaround spiritually, your turnaround in your relationships and in your health. It all begins with forgiveness.  Forgiveness is the gateway to your miracle.

 

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Placing a Demand on the Covenant

Placing a Demand on the Covenant

There are six words that will see you through anything you’re facing.  If you understand what they truly mean, these six words will bring you out of every trial and give you hope for your future!

I have a covenant with God!

You have a covenant with God, and He has offered deliverance to you through this covenant. His power is transferred into our lives when we enter into agreement with Him. Jesus became a curse for us, for all of our sins- past, present, and future- and purchased our inheritance back for us so that we could experience the blessings and promises of God.

Gregory Dickow shares the familiar story of the woman with the issue of blood and brings new light to what it means to lay hold to the promises of God.  No matter where you are right now; no matter what you may be facing, you need to know that God is faithful to His people, just as He was faithful to the woman who reached out to touch the garment of Jesus. She knew that the shawl represented His perfection and His power, and that if she could just reach out and touch it, she would be healed of her affliction. She touched Him with her faith, and He touched her with His power.

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