Let us have lenient heart
Our heart’s desire for Love is its rate of purity and love is lenient. LORD Jesus Christ’s ideal love for children was witnessed upon the cross, his grieving for his leniency and salvation of all man kind. Whereas, Adam’s urged for forgiveness led LORD Jesus in giving his life.
Leniency is the grace for mortals regaining their honor. Without it, we are not forgiven; but as his words are marked, “Forgive as the LORD forgave you.” (Colossians 3:13)
In everyday life, human’s sin and so it is significant for all sinners to repent for eternal life. Saint Paul said, “You are that one’s slaves whom you obey, whether of sin leading to death.” The truth in this word of GOD is about sinners’ incapability of penitence, which their soul enters hell. It does not mean however our sin or defiant of the commandments results to corporal death. GOD is forgiving; as we plead and ache for his mercy, he is patient every day. (Romans 6:16)
We need to forgive others and be lenient towards their blunder. Whether they mischief and red us, we need to tolerate them. In return, our way to repentance is pine for eternity. In every social life, people enter in personal conflict and disagreement leading to argument. Quarrel occurs even within families and loved ones. It is not worth to fight or feel hatred over anything; we must have a lenient heart and tolerate one another for our unification of Love; help each other in praying and diligence.
Estimated of trillion people live in our globe and the existing social norm is squat as most have chosen individual livelihood inflowing with the globalization system. The so called modernized perception impure their heart for they wouldn’t have the goodness and will for leniency. It drags them to satanic belief; consumed by evil spirit and blinded with egoisms, they tend be wicked and cruel. Their care some, love, patience and forgiveness are pretentious. They inhabit revenge and vengeance conveyed from generation to generation; in avoidance, we need to have lenient heart. As Our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ taught in the Gospel, “and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.” (Matthew 6:12)
To have a lenient heart is not the acknowledgement of forgiveness only; but to be able to forgive others for their betrayal or affliction. Human shall always be willing and ready for leniency.
We need to forgive others whether we are asked to or not; it is crucial to say “I forgive you” no matter how hurtful their deed was or how bad they were. We need to remember that forgiving them is to show our love of GOD for his mercy to all. In Mathew’s Gospel it is stated, “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.” (Matthew 6:14-15)
Righteous have forgiven much with a lenient heart; though, there are others who doesn’t have the will. When elders mediate people in a dispute, those without leniency don’t forgive. We might have also heard them say, “I agreed with the negotiation just because you came all the way to my house; still my hearts still seeks vengeance.” This person who only utters forgiveness does not have lenient heart.
We ought to inhabit praying, fasting and diligence to be lenient. It might be difficult for some to forgive others. The rage, revenge and vengeance within hinder their heart to forgive. It creates temptation inside them to kill others; they might even be unable to forget the harm done. We need to pray hard and abstain with pure heart for forgiving other and be forgiven by GOD.