A quiet whisper on a very loud Internet. Can you hear me?
Hello, that's true. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
SOOO true!!! xo Diana
Forgiveness truly helps the one doing the forgiving much more than they know. I like the optimism of your previous post. I always start counting the days to spring after Christmas. LOL., Blessings, xoxo, Susie
You are right. This is the truth. Blessed weekend:)Lucja
Yes, and we are all sinners and need Jesus to forgive us.
So very true. Great thought! Hope you are having a lovely day :)
Uma grande verdade.Um bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hi Sandi, You are the best at communicating a lot with a few words. Often you remind us of a truth we need to re-focus on. This post is a perfect example. Thank you Sandi! John
Thank you, John.
So very true Sandi, very wise words.
Thank you dear sister!
So very true. Thanks Sandi for your short notes, its always a pleasure to read.
I agree. I really believe that forgiveness is for the self, not for the other person to be let off the hook!
In order for our heavenly Father to forgive us, we have to forgive others.
I like the title of the post , its very freeing.Chains break hearing those words. ♡
Good point! Forgive us as we forgive others.
I really appreciate how you use only a few words that gets the message across. That is a gift, if you didn't know.~Sherips....garlic is a natural antibiotic. The way you take it is probably better, and I've done it that way too. But when one is sick, taking a garlic tablet is a lot easier to take than crushing and swallowing and the whole process. It seems to help every time. There's just something about it, huh?
Thanks, Sheri!Yes, garlic seems to just knock it out!
Forgiveness is sometimes hard, but always powerful.
Hi Sandi! So that's everyone, right? We're all guilty of being less-than-our-best, and so all are ripe for forgiveness. Girl, you know how to make a deep point with a few words!Blessings,Ceil
You never said a truer word!
Sandi - what an amazing thought for the day...since I am guilty need forgiveness too. Hugs friend.
Hi Sandi. You know how to get a point across with very few words. We are all guilty of something and thank you for sharing. Blessings...Sandi
I'm not sure that I completely agree. You are able to forgive somebody for a perceived injury or offense. Perhaps some one hurt you in a way that they didn't understand or mean...maybe you were hurt by something somebody did but they did not do anything to hurt you...they were just living their lives in the way they had to be lived. You can forgive them and let go of your own past grievances.
Good point, spiritofsimplicity!