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REVENGE is and always has been, the most prevalent topic of all movies and streaming channels.

The actors are portrayed like Old Testament Neanderthals, seeking an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.

As well as in real life, exactly as is taking place in Israel and Palestine, after thousands of years of holding onto meaningless and forgivable grudges.

Subliminally messaging and not so subliminally in their "special codes", video games are desensitizing and mind-murdering our children into thinking that killing is normal.

FORGIVENESS and turning the other cheek when someone hurts us is the ultimate freedom, recognizing that this world is only our transitory temporal home.

Yeshua declared in Matthew 6:14-15

“If you forgive those who sin against you, your heavenly Father will forgive you.

But if you refuse to forgive others, your Father will not forgive your sins."

When we immediately forgive transgressors and their transgressions, we take a quantum leap into redemption and FREEDOM.

We must also forgive ourselves, recognizing our human frailty, so that we are not stuck in the past and can progress on our path to paradise.

Myriam, the mother of Christ Jesus, was the ultimate role model for unconditional forgiveness, in the manner that she forgave those that brutally tortured and murdered her son.

Forgiving is similar to your mind being a cabin on a mountain summit, that has not been lived in for many years.

Until you open each and every window and let the old stink out, the smell will continue festering.

The ages old precept of "forgiving and forgetting" is easier said than done, especially if it is an immense life-impacting crime of a father being murdered or a daughter being raped.

Stolen money can always be replaced, but family members cannot.

The key to spiritual, mental and emotional closure is to profoundly pray to The Holy Spirit for comfort.

As He was bleeding to death hanging on the cross, Yeshua pleaded to His father:

“Father, forgive them, for they don’t know what they are doing.”

Even when we consciously drive our nails of sin into His heart, Yeshua ALWAYS forgives us.

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