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Thank you for listening.  Raphael your words and your prayer have made a significant impact. 

posted by janey_ on July 13, 2009 at 8:20 PM | link to this | reply

JANEY
I had absolutely no idea that you were/are/have been dealing with a situation as you have alluded to.

 I am not a psychiatrist or doctor or priest and I am in no societal ‘position’ to advise you, but I feel from the bottom of my heart the righteous anger - ANGER and hurt - that makes it impossible for even I ( who have nothing to do directly with your situation) feel from your description.

 I believe you have every right to be angry and I also believe that you should not suppress it in the name of Jesus this righteous anger. It is GOD’S OWN ANGER, and  I believe, that He shares with you over whatever these shameful deeds that you allude to are.

 He will forgive them - if they repent - but it only has to do with them and God.

  In the meantime God is on your side, and having had the experience of being human, knows what anger is. (He was beside himself when driving the money changers out of the temple, and furious with the Pharisees who told him he was casting out demons by Beelzebub.)

 God truly understands your anger and truly understands your hurt and absolutely and unconditionally loves you even if you were to always harbor, in your physical/material memory, some anger and hurt for these actions that have so damaged you and taken love from you.

 The God that I believe in; the God of Jesus Christ, knows, understands and loves you absolutely unconditionally, and He knows how upset you are; so, be yourself before God as you really are.....

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“Look Father at my sadness, my anger, my feelings of hate, my sin.......I cannot help this but I do not hide it from you; with my head I understand I am to forgive them, but my heart is wounded irreparably and YOU KNOW THAT.  I confess these feelings to you. I do not suppress them. They are not sinful...they are human...and YOU KNOW THAT. If it pleases you to heal my heart and put peace there, I bless and thank you; if on the other hand it is a long time before my heart can heal, I believe you unconditionally love me dearly and do not turn me away for feeling the way I do. You understand all this.. You ask me nothing I cannot do, and in all truth I tell you I am suffering and do not know how to remove this natural emotion from my soul.

 I affirm, in Jesus Christ’s name, that I believe you love me and that you accept me where I am at, and the truth I am able to express about my true feelings serves to honor you, not to make me feel guilty or sad because I am a human being. - That was not your purpose when you sent Jesus...who like me...suffered terribly.”

      I praise you Holy Name and I offer the truth I am confessing to you about my broken heart without any shame. It is now all in your hands Almighty God...and I am free! Amen."

posted by Raphael222 on July 13, 2009 at 3:49 PM | link to this | reply

Hi
I admire you, giving it to God, so he can take this situation and justify what's been wrongfully done, is the best thing to do. Only he can truly take your pain away and make you feel at ease. You're in my prayers...

posted by nicte0210 on July 12, 2009 at 7:19 PM | link to this | reply

Proverbs 10:12 is indeed powerful! It is a most difficult decision! I have always believed that punishment should fit the crime! sam

posted by sam444 on July 12, 2009 at 3:00 PM | link to this | reply

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