How To Forgive Your Way Out Of Hell

Are you stuck in a cycle of resentment and anger? Do you feel like you’re constantly at war with yourself and those around you? If so, then it might be time to learn how to forgive.

Forgiveness doesn’t mean condoning someone’s bad behavior or pretending that what happened didn’t hurt. It means recognizing that we are all human, capable of making mistakes. When we forgive, we free ourselves from the chains of resentment and bitterness and allow ourselves to move on with our lives. So, if you’re ready to start down the road to healing, read on for tips on how to forgive your way out of hell.

Forgiveness is one of our spiritual battle tools that can be used to escape the hell we are experiencing while living in anger or resentment. If you find it difficult to forgive someone, just pretend forgiveness is a war technique (because it is), and not an approval or an emotion. Consider yourself a warrior fighting for your freedom of mind and to escape from the cycle of mental chatter that brings you down. You can break the chains that torment the mind by speaking these three words: I forgive you.

The act of forgiving someone, even if you don’t feel it yet, will make it more likely that you can forgive the people who offended you, yourself, and God, now and in the future. Forgiving someone is not always easy, but it is extremely important for many reasons. By forgiving people who have hurt us, we are able to move on with our lives and let go of the pain that they may have caused us.

Sometimes it can be difficult to forgive someone, especially if they have hurt us deeply.

In these cases, it is important to remember that forgiveness is a choice, and an act of our will. It is something that we can do for ourselves, even if we don’t feel like it. By forgiving someone, we are choosing to let go of the anger and pain we feel in our heart, and we are choosing to move on with our lives. It may not be easy emotionally at first, but it is worth it.

When we hold on to unforgiveness, we face long-term pain that can be alleviated more quickly when we forgive others. The Bible says come unto me as a child and a child’s ways are the way to freedom.

When we got in trouble in school the teacher would sometimes make us write sentences to renounce the poor behavior we exhibited, for example, writing “I will not chew gum in class” one hundred times. You can be your own teacher and child and write down the words “I forgive you.”

By thinking it in your mind, your thoughts begin to create. As you bring the words out onto paper, then we also see it with our eyes. The repetition will soon form a habit in your thinking and thus, create what you are saying, into the physical. Forgiveness will soon become a part of you, and you will eventually find it easier to forgive yourself and others of all offenses.

Forgiveness is a spiritual weapon that can quickly cut out all the unnecessary baggage in our lives. It is a way to move on from the past and focus on the present. It brings peace to our lives and helps us to grow closer to God. When we forgive, we are setting ourselves free from the pain of the past and opening ourselves up to new possibilities.

Forgiveness is a powerful tool that we can use to improve our lives. It is not a feeling or emotion but an act of our will which only your breath needs to perform. Say it, speak it out loud, and into existence now and let the emotions and feelings come later – don’t worry, they will.

We have spiritual tools and can use them at will.

What do tools do? They assist us in achieving our tasks and goals more effectively and efficiently. Any job becomes easy, when you use the right tool. We can use spiritual tools in the same way that we would use physical tools, like a hammer or a screwdriver and use them as often as needed. Then what happens? The negative energy darts (or demons) aimed at locking you into bitterness, are unable to pierce you, and bounce back to the owner like a boomerang.

Lastly, forgive yourself and God, as soon as possible. Do this quickly! Carrying unforgiveness for oneself and God, is like the poison of a snake bite in one’s veins.

Forgiving others is one of the most important things we can do for our own peace of mind. It doesn’t mean that we have to approve of others’ behavior or even trust them – in fact, forgiving someone can be quite difficult when they haven’t earned it. But by forgiving others, we free ourselves from the burden of carrying around anger and resentment. We also open up the possibility for a new relationship with that person, if we choose. And finally, forgiveness allows us to move on with our lives instead of being stuck in the past.

Forgiveness isn’t about condoning bad behavior – it’s about setting yourself free from the hell which unforgiveness places us in. Remember, the biggest battle is within yourself. Use forgiveness as a spiritual weapon of warfare today and see the positive changes it can bring into your life!

Have you forgiven yourself and God also?
Share in the comment section below how forgiving others has changed your life.

You don’t have to do it alone – God can help you through the process. So can I. If you need support forgiving others, please leave me a comment below. I would be happy to pray for you or offer words of encouragement.

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