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Forgive

I used to live in unforgiveness, but I wasn't doing anything but hurting myself. There comes a time when we must move on. Forgiveness is not for the other person who hurt us, it's for us. It's for you.
When we don't forgive (release) we think we are ok by living in the hurt and pain, but we are not able to really move on and become whole. We will not be 100% until we release that hurt and that pain, because that hurt and pain will live with us each day while the other person is living life to the fullest. That hurt and pain will drive many of the things we say and do. It's like a commercial that plays in our minds. It's subliminal, which means we won't know we are buying into it. You ever go into a store and you find yourself buying something you had no business buying? Many times you saw an advertisement on that very item and you didn't even know it. That's how unforgiveness works. It's an ugly evil spirit that comes to kill, steal, and destro…

Royalty

We have all been hurt. Yet God is a God of healing and restoration. God is the God of all things. There is no one like Him, never was, and never will be. He wants us to move on with life, because He knows we were hurt. In fact, He knew it would happen. Why? Because He's God all by himself. He knows everything before, during, and after it happens. And He wants to bring dead things to life. He wants to redeem you (Isaiah 61)
So, we must start living out our purpose. We must start living the way God ordained (appointed/anointed) us to live. He wants us to be happy, healthy, and forgiving. He wants us to forgive those we put our trust in and they turned their backs on us. Perhaps part of the reason they turned their backs was because God wanted us to turn back to Him. God also wants us to shame everything that the enemy, the devil, and the vessels he uses who come in human form who were used against us. God will get the glory in the end. Period, end of story. We must remember who w…