How does one truly forgive?
How does when know when he or she has truly forgiven, what actions can lead someone to truly forgive?
When you forgive, you have to let go of your feeling of resentment. If you say, you forgive someone and you're not comfortable with and still bringing with you all those bad things that happened in the past, then you're not forgiving that someone, yet. You have to let go all those feelings.
If you are asking how would you that someone has truly forgiven you? It's up to that someone and usually, if that someone has forgiven you in all his/her heart and let go all those resentment, you will feel better as well.
Forgiveness is a way of releasing ourselves from the chains of hatred that binds us. It is a fragrance made by a tiny flower that was blown by the wind. If God can forgive, why can't we. read more
by Lita C. Malicdem 5 years ago
How Do you Forgive?How do you forgive someone who insists that he had not done you wrong when you were in fact hurt by him?
by underhiswings 9 years ago
Reasons for or against?How many times do you forgive for the same thing?How many times have you been forgiven for the same thing?What kind of proof do you need in order to believe the offender really seeks forgiveness? What kind of forgiveness do you offer?Do you go to the offender or wait until...
by H C Palting 6 years ago
What things could you never forgive?Whether or not you are religious, are you the type to always forgive anything, or do you have an idea of things that you doubt that you would forgive?
by Team Wiseman 2 years ago
Does God get tired of forgiving me for the same sin?
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
What must we do to forgive someone?What is the process, the real need? What drives the need to forgive or be forgiven? Does the process vary in anyway depending on circumstances, social standings or religions? What are the effects?
by SJmorningsun25 7 years ago
"Seventy times seven" is a clear instruction to always, always forgive. But forgiveness doesn't erase consequences. How do you draw the line between reasonable consequences of a sin someone commits against you and the point where forgiveness must start?
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