RHEMA 6/19/07 RECONCILIATION
HEARD: Comfortable. She made it comfortable
for me to reconcile. Access. Mellow out. What is
needed. Relationship. True. Adopted. What kind? The
kind that you can come home to.
My friend, take your time, we missed you. Direct
speech. The pride, it is an issue. To admit that.
This is where there are corrections, can I help you?
HEARD: Training. Now watch what I will do.
Rise up My love. Forsake all the sins that have weighed
you down in the past. It’s all done. It’s all gone.
It’s all covered. It’s not there any more. See what’s
PIX: I saw a clean white sheet that had
filtered all the junk through it and there was only one
thing that had not filtered through. It was a precious
little baby sitting up by itself and smiling so
1 John 2:12 NKJV
I write to you, little children, Because your sins
are forgiven you for His name's sake.
I understand you were offended and it hurt. Let Me
bring the pain to the surface and cleanse it from any
infection. I know it is difficult, but the only way to
preserve your own freedom from this offense is to
forgive. Whether the offense was intentional or not, to
nurse your feelings will only cause the wound to grow
and become infected.
Unforgiveness binds the soul and keeps the offense fresh
in the mind and heart. Over and over again the enemy
will bring it to memory and build upon it, expanding its
pain by resurrecting other offenses. Unforgiveness also
releases evil forces to be sent to the one who has
offended. This causes an even greater gap between
yourself and that person, for that person is driven even
further into creating more of the same kind of
Forgiveness is a choice not necessarily a feeling.
Forgiveness says, “This person has incurred a debt, and
I release him of it.” I cover his sin and say, “Please
Lord, do not charge it to his account.” When you
release someone from offense, you release yourself as
well. It allows Me to do My work and keeps you from
harm. Let it go and bring it to Me. I AM waiting.
“Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us
our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not
into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is
the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever.
Amen.” (Matthew 6:11-13)