A spirit of unforgiveness will keep a record of wrongs and try to enter into your life because of some injustice done to you, that somehow hurt and injured you. Like a wound that has not healed, or that has left a scar you are always aware of. When you continually entertain that spirit of unforgiveness you are in fact releasing poisonous chemicals into your very own body.
If the Lord Jesus/Yeshua hung on a cross and died the most horrific death and said “Forgive them Father they know not what they do”, what excuse can you have to not to forgive all as the Lord has forgiven you? Keeping in mind then the Lord Jesus leads the thief hanging next to him into salvation, what ought you do for those who have done you wrong and offended you? For Jesus gave us an amazing example here how we should practise and follow after him, denying ourselves and picking up our cross to live for Christ. At that moment when Jesus died on the cross, the veil was split, and in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth all the barriers to the throne of Papa God went down completely.
So if there is something keeping you from God’s love, peace and joy in the Holy Ghost, getting prayers answered, might I suggest it may be on your side and not on the Kingdom of God side. One of the biggest barriers to blessings I know is seeing Christians who entertain a spirit of unforgiveness, and unfortunately there are way too many of them.
People tend to get all dressed up in the appearance of righteousness, looking good and then sadly allowing those religious spirits to speak through them. That seems like an old motorcar painted up pretty, but underneath it is rusting out. Keeping in mind that rust is stronger then paint, and that rust is just like sin. You can only cover it over so many times before that rust will eat through the paint. Remember it is not so much what you eat, rather it is what is eating you.
Is it possible if you harbour unforgiveness towards even one person it might have eternal consequences? For we read in Matthew 6:15, “But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” We see in Matthew 18:35,” So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses.”
I pray you learn and practise to forgive everyone the moment you are offended in Jesus Christ of Nazareth’s almighty name. All things are possible with God! I pray the Lord’s supernatural peace, healing, provision and protection cover you always with oceans of agape love in the almighty name of Jesus/Yeshua!
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