Have you ever had an enemy or a thug? For example, at school, classmates completed a non-alcoholic beverage project with a grade of 5.0. Or, in the office, someone is spreading gossip about you, but you know it's not true. So do you always choose to forgive them, even if they don't regret it? You feel free of anger in your heart and choose to forgive. difficult? But what if there were rumors that what was done to you wasn't true, even heavier than the failed project? Did your husband leave you and exchange you for someone else? Did someone kill your brother or your relatives? Are you raping your family or yourself? Where do you find the power to forgive when your heart turns to the criminal and tells you to seek justice and justice?
Because of the comments I received about the families of the victims of the terrible Madrum River tragedy, I thought of writing a blog post about "forgiveness." Some people say it's easy to say "forgive" because I wasn't the one who lost. He can also say "please" so that I tend to forget what happened because I am neither the situation nor the situation of the victim's family. I called the other judges "strong." They said I was good at deciding what the lost family should do.
"There is a way to deal with the parents and relatives of the victims of the Medellum disaster and the parents and relatives of the victims of rape - that justice and Want justice They want someone responsible and a prisoner to be paid and they suffer from negligence and omissions.
But even people like the Tan Chi family can forgive despite the bitter experience that comes with their lives. I want to remind everyone that as long as the heart is open it is not impossible to forgive. It is not difficult to forgive a criminal if you want to. Sometimes it becomes difficult because of the "anger" that surrounds our whole being. Anger is dangerous and it does not benefit every one of us. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. It clings to our hearts and minds. It deprived me of the joy, hope and love that should reign here. It forces you to retaliate and encourages you to forgive.
There is time for everything. The time will come when the consequences of the situation we are in will become clear. In due process, the case faced by the people involved has been resolved. I want the supremacy of truth and justice that is the desire of every victim of tragedy. But let's forgive anyway.
Have you ever wondered how difficult it was for Jesus to say those words? Although he was innocent, he was beaten, beaten, crushed, beaten, but he chose to forgive anyway. Forgiveness still comes out of his mouth. It's hard when you think about it, isn't it? Especially from God the Father. You see your child in this situation. There may be pain. It's hard to see. But he still forgave. He still forgives us. Now you can tell me, "Of course God can. But I'm just human." You are right, but I also want to tell you that we are sin, why do we transcend sin and sin without sin. It is the sin of us all that He took away so that we would not be punished. But because of all our shortcomings and our sins, He still forgives us. He loves us and we are important to him.