About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

9 Responses to “The Bridge Of Forgiveness”

  1. Struggling with this now– with a sister-in-law who never even says she is sorry. We have to forgive anyway but ego is tough. I pray for compassion to surpass resentment.

    • Yeah its really tough to forgive, more so if the other person isn’t sorry etc.
      I was destroying myself with hate, rage and bitterness towards the doctor who was responsible for my sight loss. I was not a Christian at this time, but when i surrendered my life to Jesus, he made the poison of unforgiveness his first healing.
      I want to write a post called “True Weight Lifting” about this time of my life, as when i was fully sighted i used to weight train 7 days a week, but nothing could have prepared me for how peaceful i feel after the massive weights that have been lifted through healing and forgiveness. This post is a work in progress as i’m still working on how i can relate it all together! 😀

  2. Steve, I didn’t know hyou lost your sight due to a doctor’s mistake. How awful but how wonderful that you have forgiven him. I would love to read that post.God Bless.

    • Yeah it was a dark vengeful time of my life. Words can’t describe the freedom and peace if feel after being totally healed by God’s grace and set free from those destructive feelings which kept me firmly behind bars.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing your story with me, dear brother. I just found it now– for some it did not appear in my reader. I am so touched and humbled by your example. I look forward to reading your post whenever it emerges. You are a shining inspiration to us all. Thank you. God spoke through you to me yet again!

    • Loving sister, your words always move me deeply and your continued encouragement uplifts me.
      I’m struggling to put into words how free i feel after losing the chains of unforgiveness, but i think this post could help people so i really want to get it out. 🙂

  4. Thank you so much for sharing your story with me, dear brother. I just found it now– for some it did not appear in my reader. I am so touched and humbled by your example. I look forward to reading your post Whenever it emerges. You are a shining inspiration to us all. Thank you. God spoke through you to me yet again! Hope this comment goes through– having connection problems.

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