Regarding Unforgiveness

Section One

4/2/10 From The Lord, Our God and Savior
The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy
For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

"For I am The Only Judge, says The Lord.
Thus those who endeavor to sit upon My throne shall be cast down! For any who cast judgment or condemn another have no forgiveness in their heart. They have departed from love, behold, pride has become their master, as they continue to ridicule, slander, and persecute My servants with a heart full of unbridled arrogance... They shall surely be cast down! They shall be severely abased in the Day of The Lord’s Anger, with their every word falling to the ground, their every arrogant assertion shattering at the feet of My messengers! Says The Lord God."

Excerpt from: I Alone Sit as Judge, Says The Lord

7/16/06 From The Lord, Our God and Savior
The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy
For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

"How dare you kneel before Me in repentance, as a show before your brethren, adorning yourselves with pretense! You are not delivered! Your offerings are not accepted, neither will I hear your pleas. For you have surely taken the name of The Lord in vain! For not one of you strives to make your repentance full, nor are you willing to forgive all who have sinned against you. Thus your repentance has become unrepentance, and your words wind."

Excerpt from:
The Dust Has Been Shaken Off the Feet of God’s Messengers
As a Testament Against You, O Churches of Men

8/8/11 From The Lord, Our God and Savior
The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy
For Timothy and His Wife, and For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

"Thus says The Lord to His servants: You have been faithful, and from your mouths you have testified of My glory. Yet I tell you, let judgment be no more upon your lips, and cause unforgiveness to pass from your hearts.

When a brother or sister has went astray, and done that which I said they shall not do, I ask you, what is that to you? Do they not answer to their own Master? Judge not another’s servant, but to your own Master be true.
Beloved, speak not one word concerning those who have hurt you, not one more word against those who have betrayed you. Forgive them, pray for them, and let them go their way.
Beloved, love your enemies and pray for those who betray you, and double for those who fight against you, for they have lifted up their heel against Me. Let resentment pass from your heart, and no more let your tongue cause you to stumble on their account. For each is accountable for their own heart and that which flows from it, even to every idle word."

Excerpt from:
A Right Heart Bridles the Tongue; And a Forgiving Heart
Absolves Every Hurt, Bringing Peace to the Mind

3/26/05 From YahuShua HaMashiach, Our Lord and Savior
The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy
For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

"O you hypocrites, listen to the voice of The Lord your Redeemer, and repent, says The Lord. For your iniquity is shown upon your vesture, as a garment which has been ripped in two. Shall you judge others by that which you are also guilty? There is one Judge,[1] to whom God has committed all authority, and One only - The Son of Man.[2]
It is written: Whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the Judgment.[3] For those who hold onto anger retain malice, and are filled with hate; they shall in no wise escape the Day of The Lord. For it is written also, and remains standing: If someone says, “I love God,” yet hates his brother, he is a liar[4] and shall be found as such on the Day of Reckoning. Therefore he who seeks to cast a stone at another, let him first cast it at himself.

Thus says The Lord: Sin is sin. All sin is sin. All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.[5] Shall then sin judge sin? No. Only The One who is without sin shall be your judge; and behold, He is also The Son of Man.[6] Yet you continue to pass judgment on others by the likes of what you know to be true of yourselves, accounting to them those same sins for which you are also guilty. Thus you do greatly err."

Excerpt from:
Judge Not Others, For That By Which You Judge
Is How You Shall Be Judged

Breaking Through the Barriers

Thus says The Lord: When tears well up, let them burst forth as a flood overflowing the dam; let them break through the barriers!
Yet understand this: Let not your tears turn to anger when shed over hurt, nor let resentment come forth, lest you strengthen the dam and build up the barriers, leading to rebellion against The Lord as you hold unforgiveness in your heart.

Beloved, let your tears flow
When The Spirit convicts you...

Let them cleanse your eyes so you may see,
As your heart is set free...

And no more resist
The cleansing of The Lord.

From: Breaking Through the Barriers

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