Forgiveness, even when…

Because sometimes forgiveness is not easy…

I Am Not leah

forgiveness-prisoner

We live in a fallen world and we all have a sin nature.

We are an imperfect people. We were created by a perfect God, given a free will, because only love from a free will is real love. This is why we have been given a free will, so we can choose to love God. He doesn’t force us to love Him. He loves us unconditionally, but it is our choice to reciprocate.

Because of this free will and our sin nature (from the fall of man) sometimes our choices hurt other people. There is always a consequence to our choices. Often the consequence has a ripple effect, it affects more than just ourselves, sometimes it passes through generations.

So, we wonder why do bad things happen to seemingly good people? Why is innocence stolen from children? Why are hearts broken from infidelity? Why?

Our God is not blind. He…

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Author: Crooked Places Straight

Stacey Kessler lives in the soy and corn capital with her husband, James, and their little four legged ball of cuteness, JJ. Together they minister the love of Jesus Christ through Prophetic and Evangelistic ministry. Crooked Places Straight exists to share God's love and truth through the written word to people who seek healing, encouragement, and hope. It is my hope and prayer that through sharing testimonies, stories, and teaching, His Holy Spirit will lead you into a deeper relationship with Him; so you may know and grasp your inheritance in His glorious riches of salvation through Jesus Christ. From glory to glory... I will go before you and make the crooked places straight; I will break in pieces the gates of bronze and cut the bars of iron. Isaiah 45:2 To contact Stacey at Crooked Places Straight, email crookedplacesstraight@gmail.com

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