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Learn to Forgive

Psychologists have found that people who forgive are happier, less depressed, better adjusted, and more successful in therapy. We have all been hurt by some of the people in our lives, and we too have hurt many others. We read in the Bible that God forgave murderers. This tells us that no matter what we may have done, God is willing to forgive us - if we ask for forgiveness and we are serious about changing for the better. In order to forgive yourself, you should forgive those who have hurt you - your parents, your siblings, friends, and strangers. Whoever has hurt you, work hard at forgiving them and pray for them. The cornerstone of the Christian faith is that Jesus died for our wrongdoings and that through Jesus, we can become new and better people. There is an easy way to find out if this is true or if it is just a myth - ask God to show you by saying the following words 

God, if you exist, please accept my sincere apology for the mess I have made of my life. Thank you for forgiving me. I now turn my free will over to you and I ask that you make me into a new person. I pray that you will look after everyone I have ever hurt, including my children and my parents. God, I will remember this day for the rest of my life and I will repeat these words to you as of as often as possible. If Jesus is indeed your son as the Bible states, then I want to be a servant of Jesus and to serve the people around me. 

All that God wants from us is that we become better people. If you permit access of the Holy Spirit to your soul and consciousness, miracles will quickly turn your life around - just as it did for the thieves beside Jesus.