Love Keeps No Record of Wrongs

1 Corinthians 13 5

Verse of the Day:  1 Corinthians 13:5

(Love) it keeps no record of wrongs.

We’re not perfect and there are going to be times when we disagree or have conflict but love fights fair and it doesn’t keep score. It doesn’t bring up the past and it doesn’t use the past to purposefully hurt each other. Love listens before speaking, is gentle and fair. Love tries to understand and love forgives. Forgive and forget the mistake but remember the lesson so you can keep growing. Holding on to the past only keeps you from moving forward. Keeping a record of wrongs creates a bitter heart and a bitter heart can find no peace.

Love Forgives

Colossians 3 13

Verse of the Day:  Colossians 3:13

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

In all our relationships, whether it’s with a friend, family member or spouse at some point one of us may do something to make the other angry or hurt each other’s feelings. We’re not perfect and we make mistakes. It may be something small or something really big, either way it’s how we handle these offenses that determines how the relationship will proceed. It takes genuine forgiveness to make a relationship work and survive. God has forgiven us of all our sins both big and small and He expects us to forgive others as well.

Love Keeps No Record of Wrongs

1 Corinthians 13 5

 

Verse of the Day:  1 Corinthians 13:5

(Love) it keeps no record of wrongs.

 

We’re not perfect and there are going to be times when we disagree or have conflict but love fights fair and it doesn’t keep score.  It doesn’t bring up the past and it doesn’t use the past to purposefully hurt each other.  Love listens before speaking, is gentle and fair.  Love tries to understand and love forgives.

Love Forgives

Colossians 3 13

 

Verse of the Day:  Colossians 3:13

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

 

In all our relationships, whether it’s with a friend, relative, child, or spouse at some point one of us may do something to make the other angry or hurt each other’s feelings.  We’re not perfect and we make mistakes.  It can be something small or it can be something really big, either way it’s how we handle these offenses that determines how the relationship will proceed.   It takes genuine forgiveness to make a relationship work and survive. God has forgiven us of all our sins both big and small and he expects us to forgive others just as he has been forgiving toward us.