Forgiveness vs. Being in Prison

Forgiveness should be part of a Christian’s life… on a daily basis. But I know it’s easier said than done.

Sometimes we even think it might be impossible for us to forgive _____________ for  _____________ us. By doing this, we are forgetting what God already did for us through Jesus Christ. How could we forget that??

How could we ever forget that?? It just doesn’t make sense… and still, we struggle so much when it comes to forgiving others. Among the many things Jesus told his disciples regarding forgiveness, He told them:

Forgive “seventy times seven”.

This doesn’t mean we must forgive 490 times… it’s even more than that! EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.


Because that’s what God has done for us!! And remember this: “The amount you give will determine the amount you get back.” (Luke 6:38)

God doesn’t want us to be slaves of sin… and that’s what we become when we don’t forgive others.

So I’ve made this infographic to remind you that there are some things you can still do to “reverse” the consequences of not forgiving.


You need forgiveness to be free


I hope this post has reminded you of God’s amazing grace and how forgiveness will set you free and may change your life.

If you think this might be helpful to someone you know, don’t hesitate and share it with them.

Also, please comment below and let us know your thoughts about this topic, or jump to our private Facebook group. What has helped you be more forgiving? What piece of advice would you give us?

Be gracious and don’t forget God’s love never fails.

About Anamaria Uruena 31 Articles

I’ve finally taken the plunge! Having a website is something I’ve been wanting to do for long and I finally decided to follow many entrepreneurs’ mantra: “Start before you’re ready”. So this is it. I decided to create my website about God and His love because I believe He is the only reason I am still here. I want to dedicate my life to Him by helping and serving others as much as I can.

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