In Matthew chapter six, verses 14 and 15, Jesus tells us, “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.”

Forgiveness is so important to Christ that he came here to make it very clear to us that if we submit to his spiritual authority and repent of our sins we will be forgiven. This is his primary message to us, one that he suffered excruciating torment and death in order to deliver. Sometimes we forget that this is the crux of his purpose in coming here, especially when it comes to people who have grievously wronged us.

When I interacted with Christ as the consciousness of the Sun while using a legal substance over a few years, it seemed to me that he is made of love itself. No matter how many times I sit down and try to describe the depth of his love and compassion in words, I can’t ever seem to do an adequate job.

Frequently I have dreams in which Christ visits me and allows me to feel that love again, and each time I am astonished at how deep and pure his love is. It is without condition; it seems to predate any wrong that I have ever done in my life, but exists because I exist, and I know he feels this way about every single living being. He knows the history of everyone’s life and as such  he understands what motivates people in their behavior, and why we all make decisions that negatively impact ourselves and others.

Christ wants us to trust in his love for all of us; he and God love us with a depth that is inconceivable to us, and they want us to emulate their compassion and mercy. They want us to trust in their infinitely greater perception of the motivations behind other people’s behavior, and extend the love to others that They have. Christ came here and died to bring us the message of his love and forgiveness of our sins, and in emulating him it is only natural that we be willing to give the same forgiveness to others as well.

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