By Thomas Kerchever 1800-1853 Arnold, Henry 1804- Browne, J Wilhelm Fradersdorff
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I once heard a man say, "I know I have to forgive in order for God to meet my needs. " You have to let it drop, forget it, no matter what someone's done to you. " "Yeah, but you don't know what they did to me," some will protest. Have they killed you yet? Have they hung you on a cross yet? " When somebody says something about you that you don't like, you say, "I'm not going to let them get away with that! " How in the world can God meet your needs when you're not living in line with God's Word?
Too many Christians live in this kind of whoopee-type world instead of the real world. Believers need to get their feet on the ground in order to get something done for themselves and the rest of the kingdom. " This is serious. When you study the various translations, you can see you need to forgive so your Father can forgive you of your sins. Really, it is a sin to hold grudges against people. " That's not forgiving. I once heard a man say, "I know I have to forgive in order for God to meet my needs.
I've done what God told me to do. " That fellow's not even living for God today, and I attribute part of it to his holding grudges, because once you start trespassing (holding grudges) in one area and give the devil one inch of ground, he'll start to take you over in other areas, and he'll push you into a corner. Now, as I said, I do get upset. Anybody with any gumption gets upset occasionally, but the Word of God says, "Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Neither give place to the devil" (Eph.
A copious phraseological English-Greek lexicon by Thomas Kerchever 1800-1853 Arnold, Henry 1804- Browne, J Wilhelm Fradersdorff