Forgiveness Acrostic

Forgiveness Acrostic -  Steve Wickham
Absolution of wrongs brings life almost every time.
Begging for forgiveness shows a heart that's been made right and is ready for it.
Clemency is pled for and granted when Light comes to interaction.
Discharge is both effort and release... but best is release.
Exoneration is acquittal, an act of amnesty in creation.
Freedom is sovereignty, make no bones about it.
Grace is the greatest gift. It speaks fundamentally about love, a supreme and holy love.
Hallelujah is simply 'praise the Lord,' a pleasant attitude of grace.
I forgive myself. The least condemning thing you can ever do.
Justice is served in letting the grudge go, but not the consequence. It's a form of fairness.
Kindness is one of the greatest gifts of love. Forgiving someone is one of the kindest acts.
Liberate me from what holds me without love.
Mercy is compassion that drives the heart forward in the action of love.
Negotiate through life. Be prepared to give and then give some more.
Offenses are never an issue for the prudent who love. Get beyond offense and live.
Pardon is more than manners. It's the way to release someone for God's use later.
Quietude is granted to the soul when freedom comes.
Released: Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, we're free at last!
Self-determination is the right of the citizen who earns grace in the sight of the God.
Thanks: the parent virtue... it's a 'forgiveness facilitator.' Thank extravagantly.
Unshackled from anything holding you? When it happens it brings cause for much praise.
Veneration is from the saved heart, the heart that knows the fullness of life itself.
Worldly standards are perfectly transcended in the heavenly grace of true forgiveness.
X is a kiss. Kiss and make up. Sometimes it's the best way; sometimes it's the only way.
Yield at a time when pride wants this thing 'your way,' the way of stubbornness. It's not yours to keep. Giving forgiveness is simply returning to God what is his in the first place -- grace.
Zealous competition is defused and envying is a thing of the past with forgiveness.

© Copyright 2008, Steven John Wickham. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Steve Wickham is a safety and health professional (BSc) and a qualified lay Christian minister (GradDipDiv). His passion in vocation is facilitation and coaching; encouraging people to soar to a higher value of their potential. Steve's key passion is work / life balance and re-creating value for living, and an exploration of the person within us. His highest goal is doing God's will, in enhancing his life, and the lives of others.Article Source: Article Source: