Everyone needs to be forgiven and to feel forgiven after do they something wrong to you or to others. With forgiveness there lies love, joy, and peace. Forgiveness can’t be bought at the mall. It is a free gift , you need to forgive whom you ever need to forgive to unload hard feelings. Real forgiveness is not a cheap term you just throw out that instantly makes everybody feel better. That’s not real forgiveness. If you don’t feel forgiven, you won’t want to forgive anybody else. If you’re hard on yourself, you’re going to be hard on others. But the more grace you receive from God, the more gracious you’re going to be to others. The more forgiven you feel by God, the more forgiving you’ll be toward others. Forgiveness is responding to evil with good.
“Peter came to him and asked, ‘Lord, how often should I forgive someone who sins against me? Seven times?’” (Jewish law said you had to forgive a person three times, so Peter doubled it and threw one in for good measure.) “‘No, not seven times,’ Jesus replied, ‘but seventy times seven!’”
(Matthew 18:21-22 NLT)
(Luke 6:27-28), “Do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you” (NIV). How can you tell when you’ve really forgiven somebody? When you can look at that person’s hurt and not just your own and pray for God to bless him or her.
“Never avenge yourselves. Leave that to God, for he has said that he will repay those who deserve it” (Romans 12:19),
Life is not fair, but one day God’s going to settle the score. He’s going to right the wrongs. So, who can get better justice you or God?