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“To err is human, to forgive, divine.”

Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism, quoted on goodreads.comaccept everything about yourself 

There is a lot of misunderstanding about divine forgiveness. You see, when anyone understands a situation from a higher vantage point, one realizes there is nothing to forgive. Earth is a place of confusion, and most of us err in our confusion, while doing the best we know to do. Normally, only God knows all that has occurred previously in a person’s life, which impels him to behave as he has. However, as we increase our vibration into LOVE and see things from the soul’s perspective, we too can understand and let them go.

According to near-death experiencers, God holds nothing against us. One near-death experiencer felt enormous guilt during his life review. He says, “I lost it, yelling out to God to take me out of here. I have seen enough. Let me go. Then came the release. Even though I could not move still, a huge burdensome weight lifted from me, left me feeling just like a shell lying there. All I could feel at this point was absolute perfect love, and forgiveness. I was floating in an ocean of pure love and all power.”

According to Kryon**, who also has a higher perspective, “Judgment creates wars and increased separation. However, when you built your religious structures, you decided that it belonged to God as well. It does not. It belongs completely to humans. But, because it was so ingrained into your consciousness, you naturally assigned it to the higher power that is. You needed God to have the ability to be separatist also—separating humans into the ones who make it and the ones who don’t. God does not judge or separate pieces of itself.”

Judging others and ourselves implies that we have a higher understanding of why things happen the way they do. Unless we look from above, let us not judge, but accept ourselves and others.

“God, thank you for not condemning me. Perhaps you understand my actions better than I do myself. Help me to not judge myself or others, since you do not. Help me to accept everything and not take it personally. Help me to not swear in anger too much. I’m sorry I take your name in vain sometimes. Thank you, God. I love you.”

*Revelations of Profound Love, p. 150.

**Higher entity channeled by Lee Carroll.

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