Sunday, July 28, 2013


Dear One,
     Giving is a natural outgrowth of love. 
     Giving can be the giving of money, of goods, of valuables, of advice, of wisdom, of joy, of attention, of a listening ear, of mercy and of hugs and kisses, all which validate the existence of a person.
     The ultimate outgrowth of love is the giving of forgiveness.
     You have experienced that forgiveness is the giving forward or the releasing of guilt from a person for a perceived wrong done to him or her.  In other words, it's absolution of wrongdoings, the giving of love when the person has been the object of scorn.
     I am used to multi-tasking because I am Love and I am experienced at forgiving both persons engaged in a conflict, eager to bring peace to the relationship so that both parties will be able to receive My blessings into their lives.
      Forgiveness eradicates sins and the effects of sins in the life of a person.  That's what I meant when I said that love covers a multitude of sins and transgressions.  Forgiveness completely snuffs out the misdeeds and treats the person who did the injurious acts as if nothing ever happened because it didn't happen in the eyes of heaven unless you keep it alive in your mind.  
      Do your utmost best to extend love in all its many facets to others as an act of giving.   Forgiveness is the ultimate act of the giving of love.
      Remember that love never takes into account a wrong suffered.
      It is good for My children to check their emotional account book for people whom they are holding accountable for actions that they consider unforgiveable.   Then exercise the giving act of love called forgiveness, releasing them from the guilt and burden of their injurious actions.   You will be free and the people will be free.
     Freedom brings its just rewards, freedom from the curses on your family, your finances, your vocation, your social relationships and your physical and your mental health.
      Love and forgiveness have wonderful rewards.
      Love, God
Matthew 6:12-14-15; Matthew 18:21-35; Luke 6:37-45; R0mans 4:7-8; Ephesians 4:32; Colossians 3:12-17; James 1:7-10; I Peter 4:8.      

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