Got lots of comments about this painting. It’s called “Forgiveness Prayer” and says, “I forgive you, she said, although she didn’t feel it. I forgive you, she prayed, to help make it true.”
In the last few days I’ve had a lot of people tell me nice things. But why does that matter? Why am I telling you?
Years ago I wrote a poem called “Forgive.” It was published in my first book, The Difference Now, and was about the end of a certain struggle. I had gotten to a point in my life where I was tired of being angry at people who had hurt me. Sound familiar? I think we’ve all taken […]
I got an idea for a short story when my grandma was in a nursing home for Alzheimer’s.
Holding on to anger is no good. We know that. God knew what He was doing with forgiveness, because it allows us to be free. Not the people that did us wrong, but us, the ones who hold on to anger because of things others did. Because of things we had no control over. Forgiveness […]
Like many people, I have had to forgive people that have done unspeakable things to me. I’m not complaining, but saying that forgiveness has been a saving grace for me. If I hadn’t been able to forgive, I would have never moved forward. While things aren’t perfect, I have a very happy and blessed life.