Who’s the hardest person to forgive?

Dr. Grant Mullen I am significant 1 Comment

The hardest person to forgive is yourself.

It’s easier to extend grace to others.
You know you did all those things. 
So you deserve to be punished.
But that’s not how Jesus sees you.
Watch the video and see a different perspective.

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  1. You have to feel comfortable in your own skin. To get there have your spiritual provider get you there, or as in my case an excellent Doctor! Dr. Mullen. To then forgive yourself, take one item at a time, after a while you realize that the pool of self-doubt and kicking yourself in the butt grows less. You may not get to the bottom of the problems, but you can see them for what they are and toss them easier.

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