Forgive your enemies

Living in faith is what is important, not money losses or poor decisions in the end. It is our attitude that makes the difference in our altitude. I can keep staying in buyers regret or I can move forward to a new day and a new opportunity.

Forgiveness of those who spitefully abuse you is what we are told to do. But, it is so hard to do. You wrestle with anger, indignation, and doing what Jesus told us to do. Satan of course keeps the pot stirred.

I am going through an issue right now that is testing my faith as a Christian. I want to curse the people involved and every aspect of the situation. But that would be wrong. Jesus tells us to love our enemies. To be totally honest I have sinned in this area today. But, I repented and asked God to help me and give me inner-peace and I believe he has.

By Kat Challis

Kathy Ann (Hughes) Challis Married in 1977 to Robert Challis-from Bethany, OK - still together 42 years later.
Two daughters ages 41y and 37y and six beautiful grandchildren.
Live in Alvarado, TX. I love GOD and live life to its fullest. I am blessed beyond measure.
I have family pets that give me a sense of devotion. Writing this blog has
been an adventure of internal growth and I hope of interest to you.

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