“Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.” Ephesians 4:31 – NIV Bitterness is an extremely destructive force. It seeps into the depths of your heart when you choose not to forgive someone. When you harbor unforgiveness, it closes the door to God’s power working in your life. The Bible even tells us that if we choose not to forgive others, God cannot even hear our prayers. Thank God that He has empowered us to forgive and release bitterness! You can make the choice to get rid of bitterness so you can live in freedom! You may have been through unfair situations in your life, but it’s not over until God says it’s over. God always has the final say, and He is a God of justice. God sees every wrong that’s ever been done to you. He sees every unfair situation. If you will stay in faith, He’ll bring justice into your life. Your attitude should be, “It may have been unfair. They may have done me wrong, but I refuse to get bitter. I know my time of Blessing is coming.” PRAYER: “Father, today I refuse bitterness. I refuse to allow the past to keep me stuck. Right now I forgive those who have hurt me and please forgive me for those whom I have hurt. I pray Blessing on them and pray they would come to know Your truth. Thank You for setting my heart free today in Jesus’ name. Amen.” – Faith Centre International

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Refuse Bitterness

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“Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.” Ephesians 4:31 – NIV

Bitterness is an extremely destructive force. It seeps into the depths of your heart when you choose not to forgive someone. When you harbor unforgiveness, it closes the door to God’s power working in your life. The Bible even tells us that if we choose not to forgive others, God cannot even hear our prayers. Thank God that He has empowered us to forgive and release bitterness! You can make the choice to get rid of bitterness so you can live in freedom!

You may have been through unfair situations in your life, but it’s not over until God says it’s over. God always has the final say, and He is a God of justice. God sees every wrong that’s ever been done to you. He sees every unfair situation. If you will stay in faith, He’ll bring justice into your life. Your attitude should be, “It may have been unfair. They may have done me wrong, but I refuse to get bitter. I know my time of Blessing is coming.”

PRAYER: “Father, today I refuse bitterness. I refuse to allow the past to keep me stuck. Right now I forgive those who have hurt me and please forgive me for those whom I have hurt. I pray Blessing on them and pray they would come to know Your truth. Thank You for setting my heart free today in Jesus’ name. Amen.”


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