“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect. – Romans 12:2”
If you were to ask anyone just one question, what would it be?
When I was younger, I had a lot of questions. Mostly about my father. As the years go by, the questions began to have answers. Although, there was this one question. The one question that I never knew the answer to or maybe I already did. I just won’t accept it.
One of the things, I’m praying to God for lately is His gracious help to heal the pain. There was a day this past week, I think, I was busy when suddenly I just had this overwhelming feeling of love. I felt so loved. Times like that you know God is reassuring you of His love. It was one of those special moments. It’s happened to me before. So I know what comes next.
We all have our way of dealing with pain. But I’m particularly humbled when moments like that happen between me and my Heavenly Father. I know some of you reading this aren’t Christians but hopefully, by simple ways such as writing things about Him – my experiences with Him, would make you believe and accept Him in your heart as I do.
If I were to ask myself one question, it would be, ‘Why do you easily forgive, Angel?’ And of course, the answer is because I was forgiven first. And Jesus still forgives me for all the wrong I do. The Father forgives us right away because of what Jesus did. He forgives us even before we do the wrong we do.
Oh, but what if you were the one who did someone wrong? What can I tell you? I’ve a lot of questions. Hehe..
My mom always said, ‘When you make a mistake to someone, say you’re sorry & that you won’t do it again. And then make up for what you did. If they don’t accept your apology, that’s not your problem anymore. God will deal with them.’
Was talking to my mom the other day and I was telling her, ‘It appears, Ma, that some people would choose to believe they didn’t do anything wrong to you. That they would still blame you for things they’d like to make themselves believe you did to them. Or didn’t do to them.’
My mom’s reply was simple: “Pray for them. They need your prayers more than you need their apology.”