The Gift of Forgiveness

I choose to forgive. I choose the gift of forgiveness.

As a child of God with bipolar disorder, I forgive because it is a command of Jesus Christ to forgive. Forgiveness is a command of my Lord and Savior.

~”Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”~Ephesians 4:32, NIV~

Jesus taught me to forgive myself because He died for me on the cross. Jesus taught me to forgive others because He died for me on the cross. Jesus taught me to forgive myself and others because He died for me on the cross.

I extend the gift of forgiveness because it brings healing to myself and to others. I extend the gift of forgiveness because is brings helpfulness to myself and to others. I extend the gift of forgiveness because it brings hope to myself and to others.

When I do not forgive, I become angry. When I do not forgive, I become hateful and mean. When I do not forgive, I become spiteful. My testimony is not a reflection of Jesus Christ if I choose to not forgive.

When I forgive, I feel free. When I forgive, I am free from anger, I am free from hate and meanness, and I am free from spitefulness. When I forgive, I become free in Christ my Lord because He has set me free.

This is my testimony, as a child of God with bipolar disorder: I forgive, as a child of God with bipolar disorder, because it honors God AND brings the light and love of Christ Jesus to my testimony when I choose to forgive.

My testimony, as a child of God with bipolar disorder, becomes stronger. My testimony, as a child of God with bipolar disorder, becomes light. My testimony, as a child of God with bipolar disorder, brings love. I am strength. I am light. I am love, In the Name of Jesus Christ!

In the Name of Jesus Christ, I am strength through my bipolar disorder diagnosis because I choose to forgive. In the Name of Jesus Christ, I am light through my bipolar disorder diagnosis because I choose to forgive. In the Name of Jesus Christ, I am love through my bipolar disorder diagnosis because I choose to forgive. Amen!

I choose to forgive. I choose the gift of forgiveness.

If you are interested in wanting to find out more about my bipolar disorder diagnosis and how the Lord used me to be healing, help, and hope to myself through my bipolar disorder diagnosis, I encourage you to buy a copy of my book once it is released in February 2022, “A Victory Song: Beneath the Veil.” Peace and God bless you!

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