Bread from the Potter – Anger and Unforgiveness

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Source: Anger and unforgiveness – Bread from the Potter

6/10/2018

Psalm 30:5, Isaiah 57:1, Matthew 6:14-15, 18:21-35, Mark 11:25, Luke 17:3-4, Ephesians 4:26-32, James 1:19-20, 1 John 1:9.

Anger and Unforgiveness

Sorrow may last for a night but joy comes with the morning light. Do not spend a whole day with a heavy heart; there is someone in whom you can find joy during any time of sorrow, me, Jesus. Yes, I know that there are times when people get so angry with me that instead of experiencing joy at my remembrance they seethe with much anger.

Children, you will never fully understand my ways especially while you are still residing upon the earth, what you blame me for is because of the fact that you are near sighted, you do not see into the future, and then there are things that happen to you because of your own stubbornness and pride yet I get blamed for them. So many of my own children are angry with me because of the loss of a loved one, they do not understand why they had to depart when they did.

Children, there are many reasons why I call some of my children home early in their lives or while they are in the prime of their lives. You will never fully understand the reasons why but if you seek an explanation from me instead of being angry at me I will give you peace to move on with your life. I will heal your broken heart and I will give you a new perspective on life.

For some of you the answer to this question is found in Isaiah 57:1. “The righteous perisheth, and no man layeth it to heart: and merciful men are taken away, none considering that the righteous is taken away from the evil to come.”

In my mercy and for your sake, in answer to your own prayers, I have kept your loved ones from losing their soul by taking them home early.

Children, let go of your anger at me or at other people, instead ask for an explanation and wait for a response from me. Remember children, if you hold anger towards others it shows that you have not yet forgiven them for the hurt they caused you. Forgiveness means letting go of anger, bitterness and vengeance. Sometimes it seems hard for you to forgive but instead of remaining in a state of unforgiveness come to me for help to get over the anger that you feel and take away the pain that has entrenched itself in your heart.

Ministers, lead by example, and do not be ashamed to share experiences in your lives from which I have healed you and in case you have not yet healed ask for prayer from those who are filled with my Holy Spirit and who will not go out and share your weaknesses with others.

Do not be proud, if something is too heavy for you to bear on your own find a trusted mature spirit led and spirit filled brother to pray with and for you and to help you bear your burden in prayer not in misery and disillusionment but in the power and faith of prayer. You need each other children and you are one in me that is why you call each other brethren as in members of the same family and not just members of the same body.

It is time to stop being selfish and hold each other up in prayer for the enemy you are fighting is ruthless and relentless and you all get discouraged at one time or another and it is at such critical times that you need to lift each other up in prayer.

I love you, you are family, love each other as I love you.

Jesus, Amen.