What Is Bitterness?

BITTERNESS:

“Choosing” to hold bad feelings toward someone WHO HAS DONE NOTHING TO YOU (even God) or who has NOT repented for what they did to you (which is not possible for God who does no wrong).

In the kingdom of Jesus Christ, we are commanded to love our enemies … which means we think the truth about their behavior. The Truth is they are under Satan’s supernatural delusion — THE SAME AS WE WERE BEFORE WE REPENTED!

Still … it’s VERY hard to see it that way — only Jesus releases His power to help us do it. Hebrews 12:14-15, Ephesians 4:31, Acts 8:23, Romans 3:14

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