What made all the difference for this couple was that Laura, in spite of the fact that her husband didn’t “deserve” it, decided to keep her battery charged with the never-depleted source of God’s love and to take personal responsibility for her thoughts, feelings, and actions — and she chose to forgive her husband. No [...]
Despite our best efforts, some people will refuse reconciliation, and hang on to their hurts until their knuckles turn white. Letting go of past injustice seems, for many, to be the ultimate insult. After all, those injustices give these people their reason to go on fighting. Today: a call for all who hold their hurts dear to give them up, and, be healed of their anger.
No one ever said that reconciliation is easy. It can be very hard. But this is certain: reconciliation is necessary. It can take years to form the deep divisions that keep families and former friends apart. And it may take time to heal those wounds. Today: we’ll learn from the teachings of Jesus the steps to take to seek real reconciliation and find it.