Scores of people attended the whole-day event, which was hosted by the RC Evangelisation Commission in collaboration with Aranha, under the patronage of Archbishop Joseph Harris. He highlighted what the Bible had to say about forgiveness, referring to Matthew 6: View Aneel Aranha 's business profile as Director at Holy Spirit Interactive and see work history, affiliations and more. Aneel Aranha is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Aneel Aranha and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the. Love, Michael THE RATING SYSTEM USED FOR WEB SITES BY CatholicCulture. Under the authority of the Church, it is dedicated to strengthening the faith of Christians and spreading the Word of God around the world.
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He shared his experience of learning to forgive and biography to the understanding of what it meant to be a joyful Christian because of the burden lifted.
People who were unforgiving could become bitter and angry and this could contaminate the heart and mind anfel "poison" the body, he noted. He highlighted what the Bible had to say about forgiveness, referring to Matthew 6: Aranha said the hardest session he ever conducted was the one on forgiveness because there was always someone who told him they could not forgive. I want to know why.
I want to know what anybody has done to you that you can't forgive. However, he said, "I know it's hard but you have to do it. He said he still experienced hurt and people were saying things about his ministry but "I forgive them in less than five minutes because I don't see any sense why I should let the things they do prevent me from getting the blessings from God.
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He then asked them to envision Jesus who took their place so they might live.