Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Forgivable?

Kindred,


Do you think the act of forgiveness is one of the most noble of acts and therefore it measures your level of goodness?  


And can you forgive without knowing what the offense is or the severity of offense?  


Then what is it you are forgiving? 


Nothing?  


If you are not the injured party, what offense against your person are you forgiving or capable of forgiving?  


Do you think the act of forgiveness is instantaneous?  


While in serious trauma or injury, you are capable of feeling anything other than pain and suffering of the injuries or harm?


Perhaps we should start with the level of degree and severity of the injury and offense. 


When someone slaps your face is it the same as a punch?  


What does a slap on your face mean?  


A slight.  


To not hold grudges against a slight is not the same as allowing for abuse, injury or harm.


Do you know why sexual abuse is considered one of the most heinous and unholy acts against humanity and the Lord?


Sexual violations against a person without consent is sexual abuse. 


The term “sexual assault” means "any nonconsensual sexual act proscribed by Federal, tribal, or State law, including when the victim lacks capacity to consent".


What does "mind in the gutter" mean?  


Where does it lead?  


Having unclean and impure hearts means never being able to see the Lord or Heaven's Gate.


And leads to direct connections to hell in the sins of the flesh and abusive practices.


The point is, before you think you are forgiven by the Lord or victim, you have to know what it is you are to be forgiven for?  


In order to know what it is, you need to know the injury and the level or severity of offense, injury or sin.  


If the injury or sin goes beyond that of a slight, then what level of unholy or sacrilege (violations against the Lord and what belongs to the Lord) and evil are we talking about where forgiveness by the Lord becomes questionable (Sodom and Gomorrah, "I never knew you"- Matthew 7:21-23, Luke 13:25-27).




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