He Forgets

“I, I am he who blots out your transgressions for my own sake, and I will not remember your sins.” Isaiah 43:25, ESV Sometimes we’ve got a hard time forgiving ourselves for our sin. Ironically though, the Lord has a hard time remembering them.  Obviously, He isn’t becoming senile on us. He chooses to becomeContinue reading “He Forgets”

A Hand of Kindness

I’ve no need to be remindedOf all my failures and my sinsFor I can write my own indictmentOf who I am and who I’ve beenI know that grace, by definition,Is something I can never earnBut for all the things that I may have missedThere’s a lesson I believe that I have learned There’s a handContinue reading “A Hand of Kindness”

Sorry, Not Sorry

Have you ever heard someone say those words? “Sorry, not sorry.” It’s kind of annoying. It’s said following a statement or action the speaker knows is unkind or won’t be appreciated by someone else, but they just don’t care. It’s worse than not saying sorry at all. We humans have a terrible time admitting whenContinue reading “Sorry, Not Sorry”

The Hiding Place

“Instead, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God through Christ has forgiven you.” Ephesians 4:32, NLT Great hearts are often brought through experiences that demand intense forgiving. The Father tutors us through out our earthly lives, with many visits to this classroom. It’s here we get our learning. It willContinue reading “The Hiding Place”