Forgiveness

From Out Of A Belly To Flow From A Belly, Evans Olang

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Jonah 2:2, “And he said: “I cried out to the LORD because of my affliction, And He answered me. “Out of the belly of Sheol I cried, And You heard my voice”

It’s tough to be in a situation that takes away your freedom and limits you to what you can and cannot do. Some we bring upon ourselves and some find us. Regardless of their origination, the results are still the same, expect limitations. Read the rest of this entry »

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Let Go Of What You Are Holding Onto, Evans Olang

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Numbers 12:1-16, “13 So Moses cried out to the Lord, saying, “Please heal her, O God, I pray”

Just to add from “God Defends His Chosen” message, Yahweh’s revelation to Moses was unique. It was direct (plainly) and immediate (face to face); the prophets’ revelations were mediated forms. The clear lesson is that even prophets cannot presume to claim that their message is equal to that of the scriptures. Prophesies do not have the equal authority the bible has. Some prophesies have failed, God’s word has never failed. Read the rest of this entry »

Lord Teach Us to Pray 6of10: Forgive Us…As We Forgive, Part 1, Evans Olang

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Matthew 6:12, “And forgive us our debts, As we forgive our debtors”

Forgiveness is typically defined as the process of ceasing to feel resentment, indignation or anger for a perceived offense, difference or mistake, and ceasing to demand punishment or restitution. To clear from guilt justified by a fault.

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Lord Teach Us to Pray 7of10: Forgive Us…As We Forgive, Part 2, Evans Olang

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Matthew 6:12, “And forgive us our debts, As we forgive our debtors”

Forgiveness is a very powerful word yet it’s also a very hard thing to do. To forgive and to be forgiven have such great weights. I heard of a story of a man who was involved in killing the Jews in the days of Hitler. What he did resonated in his mind every single day and as he got closer to his death, he sought to find peace by looking for any Jew who would find in his heart to forgive him of his crime. He sought forgiveness diligently. It was hard to find anyone who could pronounce him forgiven.

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