No, I have never sinned by cursing anyone or by asking for revenge. (Job 31:30 NLT)
The healing is incomplete without proper letting go. Only when the road is clear that the recovery process started. However, sometimes, even when the road is completely cleansed, healing may not occur until thorough forgiveness has taken place.
How does one expect a man who lost his wife to a hit-and-run drunk driver to forgive? How can a woman whose ten-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted by their 60-year-old male neighbor pardons the man?
Forgiveness is a complicated channel to restoration. Still, it is highly required in order to open the doors of grace.
It is really fast to hold the other person responsible for one’s misfortune. Other times, the crime committed is severe we concluded we cannot get courage to forgive those hurt us.
Only with God’s assistance and support can all emotional pain and wreck go away. No one can get it made out in secrecy. The healing process must take place and be done without keeping anything back, otherwise; one will be confronted by the invisible barriers all the time.
In Jesus’s precious name,