What Happens when Mistakes Aren’t Forgiven?

What Happens when Mistakes Aren’t Forgiven?

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Nola Crow

Founder & Owner of: 4373 Fashion Lane

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Fashion Writer

I asked, what happens when mistakes aren’t forgiven? They can be with time. Our time has come. So, with time and tears I was told, that I was forgiven. How do men and women in spouseville forgive each other? With actions! What kind of actions? Use your imagination, lol ????????????

What did we learn from this? Anyone can be forgiven. The word says to forgive right? Yes, but we are human beings. Thus, our flaws are always there. True forgiveness:

  1. Never allows you to unforgive the actions.
  2. Allows you to seek and maintain peace in a relationship.
  3. Someone must be the bigger person. The question is: will that person be you?
  4. Being the bigger person in the circle of forgiveness is the truest test of courage.
  5. It takes courage.
  6. It allows for a peaceful solution to the delima.
  7. God smiles and his love allows for you to feel rewarded spiritually, by your actions.
  8. Reminds us to never repeat past actions.
  9. Let’s us remain loving and kind.
  10. Takes the guilt and shame away from the actions committed.

Finally, in the workplace and in relationships, forgiveness is the ace you have to play. When you’re willing to forgive or have been forgiven, you reap so many freedoms of your spirit. Never be afraid to show or give forgiveness.


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Article Credits: Nola Crow

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25 thoughts on “What Happens when Mistakes Aren’t Forgiven?”

  1. Thanks to everyone who has read this post. It was emotionally freeing for me to express my journey this past year. Remember! You are never your mistakes, flaws or experiences. You are the notes you take to make these items flourish?

  2. Forgiveness is incredibly hard to define and write about, and you have done an amazing job. I am trying to find God’s definition for it so that I make sure I am applying it. Your post makes that clearer for me. ?

  3. This post is everything. This was beautifully written and inspiring. When we hold grudges instead of forgiving, we close ourselves off to healing and any love that could come our way…I learned that the hard way over the years. Thank you for this. Peace and love to you.

  4. “Being the bigger person in the circle of forgiveness is the truest test of courage.”

    Sure is. I will do this in my community soon, it’s the Test of My Life I must say. Thanks, and God bless you. 🙂

  5. Such a great post! Forgiveness and letting go is very important for both parties involved. But like you said, it’s achieved with actions and not repeating the mistakes.

  6. Are you sure that you are living in luxury, and not Bedlam? Forgiveness cannot work, when the damages can’t be undone, so even the poorer academics couldn’t play it biblical or religious-pipe-dream like.

    It sadly isn’t that easy. And the need to protect and shelter did result in police forces and soldiers who have to be reliable enough for duty.

    Forgiveness pretends to grant power to some traumatized who want to be told lies, but it does not pay hospital, lawyer, funeral, rebuilding a house and home, or anything else. That is factual, and a problem in need of a solution, so that forgiveness does not remain a privilege for the monetarily privileged!

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