Resources About Bitterness
What do you do when you don’t know what to do? If you have destroyed a relationship, lost all your money, or made other wrong choices that have come … See More >
You can choose to forgive and lay down all of your bitterness, resentment and hatred at the feet of Christ.
Because God will ultimately settle the score, we can release the anger in our hearts.
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I’ve listened to your messages about harboring pain, resentment, and past hurts. I’ve experienced much hurt, but why don’t those …
Karen, my heart goes out to you, because I understand your letter very, very well.
Of course the transgressor should …
It is God’s intention to change us from the inside out.
Conflict in relationships is inevitable, but healing and reconciliation often is not. Time and again after we’ve tried every option and failed, and all we are left with is … See More >
These messages speak directly to the hurts and needs of those whose souls have been defiled, either because of personal choices or because of the misdeeds of others. Here is … See More >
Sermon preached at The Moody Church, Sunday morning, January 25, 1953 When I spoke to you about the Christian and worship from the Old Testament story of Abraham and Isaac, I showed you something of what is involved in Christian discipleship: the price a man or woman must pay if they would walk with God and be used by Him. It is left to every individual to make the choice, whether they will walk with God or choose another path. May people who have faced the cost of this kind of thing rather think that it’s too big a … Read More >
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I’m interested in knowing more about how to forgive people who have wronged me, and how would I know …
Well Henrietta, I speak to you today with a great deal of compassion, because I know that bitterness is so …
Today’s Reading: Acts 3:11-26Today’s Reference: Matthew 5:44 “But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Was this prayer answered? We must realize that this was not a blanket prayer for everyone involved in Christ’s crucifixion; not everyone who participated in this crime was forgiven. But Jesus foreknew that many of those who put Him to death would indeed later repent, and He prayed God would let His blood cover their sin. God forgives those who ask. Yes, the … Read More >