Do you have a short fuse? Are you tempted to get angry with little notice or on the slightest provocation? If so, it’s healable. You can overcome this temptation and become a calm, peaceful thinker that responds with love and care rather than tension and ire.
We get mad at people we have not forgiven.
The lack of forgiveness is our weakness, not the other person’s.
It is recorded in the New Testament:
“Then Peter came to him and asked, “Lord, how often should I forgive someone who sins against me? Seven times?” “No, not seven times,” Jesus replied, “but seventy times seven!” Matthew 18:21,22, NLT
If someone offends you, forgive them and then respond.
Forgiveness does not mean you overlook their error or ignore a wrong deed. Forgiveness is your ability to reflect love and integrity that brings harmony and healing to the situation. Forgiveness is primarily for your benefit. It empowers you to respond in a Christian way that blesses all parties involved.
Put human ego aside, kill self-righteousness, silence pride and let divine Love dominate your point of view.
Forgive, love, and heal. It’s the divine way to healthy and happy relationships.