Reversing Unforgiveness

9 April 2016

I have previously discussed the "Divine power of forgiveness " a few years ago. It is one of those things that we as humans whether Christian or not grapple with.  So what do you do if you have been dealing with unforgiveness?

Here is a snippet from an article by Dr Wyatt Fisher who is a Christian Psychologist:

Unforgiveness hinders prayers and true intimacy. Think about it. If we gather hurt upon hurt and never let any of it go, the walls we build don't come down easily. The only way to connect with others is to be open and vulnerable. And being vulnerable means processing our pain and forgiving the people who hurt us. Yet, it’s not as simple as it sounds. Some hurts are so deep they feel like they will never go away. 
Because of the way romantic relationships work, unforgiveness blocks blessings. Apologies left unsaid and pain left unhealed can totally destroy the fellowship we have often spent months or years developing. Soon we find ourselves running away from one another instead of confiding, hoping other people will provide that safe place we feel has been lost. If we want to preserve true intimacy and grow closer, we need to learn to forgive and this article will show you five steps on how to do it today.

Also to read my previous article on Forgiveness click here.
Ultimately pray about it and seek counsel. Speak to your Pastor or someone you trust so that you can move from a place of pain to a place of healing and continue living the fab life God has blessed you with.

1 comment:

Lindsey Lynn said...

Lovely post, thanks for posting