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    GOD ANSWERS PRAYER Forgiveness & Relationships

    Relationships between family, friends and co-workers are rewarding, and, at times, challenging. During those difficult times it seems easier to hold onto our animosity than to forgive. Yet, God tells us to have a forgiving heart and to overlook other’s “shortcomings” (Mat 7:3-5) while praying for them.

    As Christians, God wants us to not only attend services and Bible studies, but to live our faith through Him in our day to day relationships and activities. God tells us, “therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to your brother; then come and offer your gift” (MT 5:23-24 NIV).

    In light of the upcoming holiday season, ask God who He wants you to offer the gift of forgiveness. Here is a story of how God gives His children strength to forgive:

    I wished I could have left work early that day. The weekend would surely bring relief from a hectic schedule and wash away any memory of the unresolved confrontation between a co-worker and me earlier that day. I don’t know when or what started the seed of resentment and distrust between us. We had not gotten along for quite awhile and I left work certain that I was free from blame and, therefore, justified in my feelings.


    God has a way of dealing with His children who try to justify feelings of anger, bitterness, resentment and ill will. In fact, I still felt justified after Sunday’s sermon.

    On Monday, God’s whisper touched me. At work the air almost crackled with tension that seemed to permeate everyone in the office. Firm in my righteousness, I went to my Bible study. We were studying Exodus when I first heard God’s still small voice. My first reaction was to rationalize it away. I began to wince because God’s Truth was being revealed to me and He was touching my heart. In Exodus, Moses showed his earnest desire to please God. He asked God to teach him His ways and even asked to see God’s glory. And God revealed Himself to Moses! Why, that is exactly what I wanted! To know God better so that I could please him better.

    What a revelation to know that I could ask the same thing that Moses asked! I was surprised to find “a little something” on my heart that seemed to interfere with the petition to see my God in everything! I thought He didn’t really want me to ask for forgiveness of my co-worker – or did He? I knew this would please Him, but I still was not convinced.

    On Tuesday morning, I said my prayers. It didn’t take long for that small voice with the “forgiveness message” to begin again. I was encouraged by the passage from Philippians which promises I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. I visualized myself suiting up in the full armor of God for the day and left for work.

    While driving, I told God that I would do anything He asked. My only requests were that He set the time and protect me from saying anything stupid. It was the most amazing thing. My co-worker and I arrived at work before anyone else. In the quiet office I asked forgiveness for the hurt that I caused. Not saying anything stupid was a blessing, but asking a heartfelt forgiveness was God’s love revealed. Instantly God transformed our work environment from animosity to teamwork. My drive home that night was exhilarating. I was free of the stress and bitter feelings.

    – C. Cole

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