by Lisa Ann Milner
Monday, December 15, 2008
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The Lord asked to do some simple things in life; although it is really a very hard thing to do,because of our human nature, but once we understand why we must do these things, it's done in vain or not do at all.
It all started when He came down here from His throne,
To show us we are not alone.
Next he was whipped,beaten and hung on a cross;
Just to let us know, that all is not lost.
He said to forgive your brother seven times seventy
And He will forgive us for all the times.
But, do we really know its true meaning in life;
To forgive and forget, is it really such a hard cross
to bear in this life.
Only when the tears are full of love and joy,
And we don't treat forgiveness as some toy.
It is a gift, we get from only the Holy Spirit!
So,open up your whole heart, to be guided by this
Then and only then will you have true spiritual
forgiveness- to give and have returned to you.
Remember He died for you, too!
Ask Him to show you how to forgive and give in return,
Lisa Ann Milner
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|Reviewed by randy smith
|Lisa,Great poem. If we do not forgive others how can we expect forgiveness? Randy|
|Reviewed by John Domino
|I absolutely LOVE this poem.
I love Jesus and I love your spirited heart.
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Oh this is a spiritual wonder and you are so right, forgiveness seems to be the most difficult gift of all to give...
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford
|I love this poem Lisa. It carries a strong message. He is smiling.
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|Christmas time is a time when all should get along and forgive each other. But many don't and still hold a grudge. I know in the apt house I live in many do not even have many family members to make it merry therefore not into Christmas season much. It surely is depressing cause Jesus was born for Christmas and that is the reason for the season. Oh that many would make up this holiday season what a wonderful things Jesus would be very happy about that.|