Unforgiveness is like standing in Quicksand

Good morning, Awaking to look for a word from God can cause reflection.Searching for the word as if there is no light to read the word imagine that. But imagine even more someone stuck in a pond of quicksand …. By the way this quicksand is unforgiving. Yes… When you visualize the picture you can see the person immovable, simply stuck in old ways, generational bondage, issues in family, lack and sickness etc.Well that’s what I saw as I saw pictures of our unforgiveness. Quicksand will not release a person… It consumes them until they’ve sank into and abyss. But even so at times standing in this place with time to repent and let go of the issues the individual does not want to let go because they feel the way they think or approach things are right. Realization that this unforgiveness and I want to call it quicksand now is the reason we’re stuck in the same place we were five years ago or twenty years ago baring no fruit has not come to awaken the mind of the person even though where they are standing mentally is taking them to their demise. It is not hurting the person were angry with or have and ought with we must remember, quicksand or unforgiveness is holding us. Well I want to say wouldn’t you rather Jesus embrace you? His hold, hug  and embrace is so much more statisfying!

 I just want to say, it feels good to know you have freedom in Christ to let go and move forward from any bondage, because that’s Christ love toward us! It is liberating to wake up and hear or see God telling you remember when you use to hold people in contempt, not realizing you were hurting yourself? Living in quicksand or living in God is the lesson for today when we look around seeing news of killings as it is. People are angry because of quicksand having held them back from what they desire. We must look at our selves as the gun men, step into another’s shoes to evaluate our thoughts today on how we can change and affect others we work with daily in transformation .

Psalm 86:4-5 Gladden the soul of your servant, for to you, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. For you, O Lord, are good and forgiving, abounding in steadfast love to all who call upon you.

Kim M. Warner

K.I.M.R 94.5  





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