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Forgiveness, Think About It

Think about it… many years ago, the body of Christ had been falsely accused, mocked and spit upon, abused, abandoned, crucified and buried in a tomb. The situation “appeared” to be without hope.

The Servant’s service was devalued, they twisted His message, the intentions of His heart were unjustly judged, they destroyed His reputation, and He was made out to be the evil one.

What did Jesus do? He stretched out His arms and cried out to the Father and said, “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.”

The spiritual body of Christ is under attack today. What do we do? Get down on our knees and cry out to the Father, “Forgive them for they know not what they do.” His forgiveness saves many, your forgiveness opens the door for others to receive this hope.

The power behind this Easter weekend is forgiveness, which is an outpouring of the love that Jesus Christ shed for us at Calvary. I say take some time, and think about it…

 

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BECKY DVORAK, author of DARE to Believe, Greater Than Magic, The Healing Creed, The Prophetic & Healing Power of Your Words, Conquering the Spirit of Death, The Waves of Healing Glory, host of Empowered for Healing and Miracles on ISN channel, and content partner with Spirit Led Woman / Charisma, featured guest on Sid Roth's --It's Supernatural! TV show, and on Today with Marilyn & Sarah TV show, is a prophetess and healing evangelist who conducts healing services, seminars, and conferences globally. After being full-time missionaries since 1994 with her husband David in Guatemala, Central America, Becky now resides in the United States. Becky and David are founders of Healing and Miracles International, Vida Ilimitada, and Life Tender Mercy Children’s Home. They celebrate 40+ years of marriage, have 8 children, 3 biological, 5 adopted, 1 son-in-law, 4 daughters-in-law, and 14 grandchildren.

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2 thoughts on “Forgiveness, Think About It

  1. Fern S. says:

    Absolutely agree in the power of forgiveness. It is so easy to forget that Christ was all about Love and forgiveness. How could He have gone to the cross without love, and asked for our sin to be forgiven. He was our sin and if that is not powerful enough, He while being brutalized and bleedng out for us, asked that those who came against Him, be forgiven. I have had a real struggle in the last months. I have felt attack after attack in more ways than one. I have asked God, how can I die like you did for me? One of the ways is to forgive and stand in the gap for those who persecute you that may be forgiven and know the love and salvation of Christ. Yes, Hallelujah, Our God is an awesome God!

    1. Becky Dvorak says:

      Beautifully written Fern. We all face challenges, and the ONLY way I know to overcome is to fix my eyes upon His redemptive work at the cross! :O)

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