Filed under: Relationships, Think About It | Tags: bitterness, forgiveness, lessons, Relationships, resentment
In the last post, I talked about learning how secrets will kill your relationship thanks to “The Maury Show.” While I probably should have changed the channel, it was like watching a train wreck, I couldn’t turn away; I kept watching. The next couple had been married for 22 years and he’d cheated on her 5 times that she knew about. Now she’s found make up in his car and a dress in the laundry she didn’t recognize. As you might have guessed, he “didn’t know where it came from” but he was cheating again.
The caption at the bottom of the screen read, “She’s forgiven him before but she won’t forgive him this time.” I thought to myself, “What’s different about this time?” I’m sure she wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt and probably thought, “He won’t do it again.” But he did do it again. When is enough enough? I don’t think you can ever have enough forgiveness in a relationship. Why? (more…)
Filed under: Sermon Notes | Tags: cross, forgiveness, God, Jesus, prayer, release, Sermon Notes
“Connecting w/ God” Series
August 5 2009 7pm
2 of the greatest barriers that would keep you from receiving the Peace of God are guilt and resentment (The misery twins) (more…)