Saturday, March 31, 2012

To Forgive, Yet Never To Forget

Our brains can be compared to the designs of the current craze, memory foam. The industry has been inundated with mattresses, pillows,  and furniture made of this material. The product boast of memory as in the comfort of where your body fits when laying or sitting on this bounce back  foam. The concept can carry on in our daily lives. We practice forgiveness and that is what is expected of us. But our memory never forgets. Where we go from there is up to the human soul and spirit. True forgiveness says,yes this has happened, I cannot change that. I can move on and pray that whom and what instances  can and have been forgiven. That lessons have been learned and work is being done to right the wrongs. In the bible this was the circumstance over and over again. God forgave, he never forgot.

I, even I, am he who blots out
your transgressions, for my own sake,
and remembers your sins no more.

Review the past for me,
let us argue the matter together;
state the case for your innocence.
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Isaiah 43:25-26

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