Lying on his deathbed, Jane de Chantal’s husband forgave his cousin who had accidentally shot him while hunting. His young, devoted, heart-broken widow—now a single mother of four young children—was not as fast to reconcile. Jane approached forgiveness with great contemplation. A woman of deep faith, Jane knew that this task would not only take God’s grace to accomplish but would also require time. At first, she could only greet the man on the street—slowly progressing to inviting him to their home. Jane eventually reached such peace in her relationship with this man that she became the godmother of one of his children. Forgiveness is a process. Sometimes a very long, arduous one but with God's grace it is possible to forgive even in the most difficult of circumstances. As St. Jane experienced herself... READ MORE All Rights Reserved, Allison Gingras 2016 *First appeared in 7 Qualities of Mercy -- Light Along the Way.
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Two different people recently told me to "Go to the Devil" although they didn't realize that was what they did. One of them suggested that I tell a lie which would benefit them, the other one suggested that I tell a lie that would benefit me. Each one of them told me in their own way to "Go to the Devil." The demon is the Father of lies, there is NO truth in him. When we tell lies, or entice someone to lie for us then we are using the devils tactics and are on his territory. So congratulations, you have just shaken hands with the Devil and chained yourself to him. Not only that, but if you have enticed someone to lie and they do it, now you are somewhat responsible for that person being chained also. Now the demon has TWO prisoners. How deceptive the demon is! He not only chains souls with something as flimsy as cobwebs, but convinces them that it is 100lb chain that they and that they can't get free. He either tells them they can't