When Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt, those who believed the good report entered the promised land while those who believed the evil report died in the wilderness. What can we learn from it?
March 21, 2018 – Matthew 18:35
So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also to you, if you from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses.
– Matthew 18:35
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
We can’t get along with others if we can’t learn to forgive others. In our life, we always have friction with others. We should learn to forgive others when they hurt us or judge us behind our backs, for no one is perfect. Everyone has merits and shortcomings. Though he can judge us or hurt us today, as long as he sincerely believes in God and is willing to pursue the truth, it won’t take long before he changes. We should learn to see others from the perspective of development, we can’t grasp other’s shortcomings and think he can never change and is that kind of person, this is defining others, it does not conform to God’s will.
God’s attitude toward people should be our attitude toward people. God never says this mankind can’t be saved for all mankind is under the domain of the wicked and has become very corrupted. Though we still live in the circle of sinning and confessing, and can’t get rid of it, God doesn’t give up us but is still waiting for us to turn back. We should also treat others like this. Now our stature is small and we don’t have the strength to overcome sin by ourselves, but we all believe that God can make us complete and one day we can change and be after God’s heart, so we should believe that others also have the faith and opportunity to change. Amen!
Share a passage of, “Ever since He created man in the beginning, God has yearned for a group of overcomers, a group that will walk with Him and are able to understand, comprehend and know His disposition. This wish of God has never changed. Regardless of how long He still has to wait, regardless of how hard the road ahead, no matter how far off the objectives He yearns for, God has never altered or given up on His expectations for man.”
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