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Let go of Offences, Release and Forgive.

“And whenever you stand praying, if you find that you carry something in your heart against another person, release him and forgive him so that your Father in heaven will also release you and forgive you of your faults.”
‭‭Mark‬ ‭11‬:‭25‬ ‭TPT‬‬

A student once asked his great teacher, he said “how many times do I have to forgive my fellow men in a day who keeps offending me? Seven times?”. The great teacher responded with an illustration saying;

There once was a king who had servants who had borrowed money from the royal treasury. He decided to settle accounts with each of them. As he began the process, it came to his attention that one of his servants owed him one billion dollars.

So he summoned the servant before him and said to him, ‘Pay me what you owe me.’ When his servant was unable to repay his debt, the king ordered that he be sold as a slave along with his wife and children and every possession they owned as payment toward his debt (this could still not cover ask the money he owed).

The servant threw himself facedown at his master’s feet and begged for mercy. ‘Please be patient with me. Just give me more time and I will repay you all that I owe.’ Upon hearing his pleas, the king had compassion on his servant, and released him, and forgave his entire debt, hence, he no longer owe a penny.

But, no sooner had the servant left when he met one of his fellow servants, who owed him twenty thousand dollars He seized him by the throat and began to choke him, saying, ‘You’d better pay me right now everything you owe me!’ His fellow servant threw himself facedown at his feet and begged, ‘Please be patient with me. If you’ll just give me time, I will repay you all that is owed.’ But the one who had his debt forgiven stubbornly refused to forgive what was owed him.

He had his fellow servant thrown into prison and demanded he remain there until he repaid the debt in full. When his associates saw what was going on, they were outraged and went to the king and told him the whole story. The king said to him, ‘You scoundrel! Is this the way you respond to my mercy? Because you begged me, I forgave you the massive debt that you owed me. Why didn’t you show the same mercy to your fellow servant that I showed to you?’ In a fury of anger, the king turned him over to the prison guards to be tortured until all his debt was repaid.

The great teacher answered and told his student the exact times he should forgive in a day, he said “seventy times seven (70*7=490)”, he said this as a metaphor that the attitude towards forgiveness is limitless.
Now you know that you have to forgive a person that keeps on offending you 490 times in a day, so as you go out today, make allowance of 490 forgiveness ahead for people that might probably offend you today. Most importantly, I want you to restrain yourself from getting offended at all.


Say; Father have mercy on me for all the times I have refused to forgive those that offended me till now, I let go and release everyone that have offended me in Jesus name. I ask and receive the grace to forgive in Jesus’ mighty name. Amen