Breaking Bread For 4.30.20


Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.

Colossians 3:13


If you call yourself a Christian, if you are a student and practitioner of Christ, and/or if you hope to receive God’s blessings and forgiveness, then you need to remember that life is never about you or anyone else—it’s about our heavenly Father.

Let me clarify something really quick. I know someone will ask why I wrote above and/or, so let me explain. Not everyone who prays to God refers to themselves as Christians, not all are Christians, and not everyone who reads and follows this blog is a Christian. I speak to and pray for everyone, just as God intends.

Now that you have this understanding, let’s continue with this reflection.

Do you think His son Jesus spent his days and nights complaining and reflecting on what someone did or didn’t do to and for him? Do you think he went around telling everyone what someone said about him? Did he go off on those disciples that rejected him? Did he curse and attack those around him? No, he prayed for them and accepted the fact that his experience in life had nothing to do with them or him, but everything to do with our Father.

We have become a society of victims and this has to be displeasing to God since our focus is on ourselves and not on Him. We are supposed to be tools, ambassadors, students, and soldiers in God’s army— His army not ours— His kingdom not ours! We need to stop being concerned about “me” and “I” and more concerned with God and how we can serve Him and His children.

If you find yourself seemingly repeating steps in your life, and having the same experiences it is because you have not learned the lesson God is trying to teach you. You are closed off to Him and until you release, let go, and live the life He has intended then you will stay on the merry-go-round of life.

Stop complaining and whining about what someone did to you and instead live your life righteously without blame and contempt in your heart, as Christ instructed. The person who is blameless and free from sin please cast the first stone! We’ll wait….


Father, as I ask You to forgive me for all of my wrongdoings I stop and pray for the freedom and internal peace to forgive other people who have hurt and wronged me, whether knowingly or unknowingly.

If in case I have not truly forgiven all who have hurt me, please warm my heart so that I can freely forgive them now. I know that I can’t ask and expect Your forgiveness if I can’t forgive others. I don’t want to be enslaved by my emotions, insecurities, and ego. Letting go frees me.

My grudges, my animosity, my anger, my aggressiveness, my bitterness, and my self-victimization only block my blessings from You. Forgive me Father for not letting go of my issues with others. Forgive me for dwelling on the past. Forgive me Father for not reflecting You fully and expressing Your love regardless of how others treat me. In Your name I pray. Amen.



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Author: Natasha

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