Jimmy Evans | – How to Overcome Unforgiveness | Jimmy Evans

Forgiving someone who has hurt you can be very difficult. The reality is unforgiveness affects every relationship in your life. Jimmy Evans shares the steps to forgiving others and why it’s so important.

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Jimmy Evans Jimmy Evans. Founder and President of XO Marriage, a ministry that is devoted to reaching couples worldwide with the message of hope and encouragement that marriage works 100% of the time when you do it God's way. Jimmy Evans also serves as the Apostolic Elder of Trinity Fellowship Church in Amarillo, Texas. Jimmy holds an Honorary Doctorate of Literature from The Kings University and has authored more than seventeen books. Jimmy and Karen have been married for 47 years and have two married children and five grandchildren.

Comment (20)

  1. What glasses me most about you Jimmy is that you were honest enough to confess that you hated somebody, I love that you tell the truth, and then you showed us how to overcome our weaknesses and our hateful attitude towards those who injure us so deeply. One of the reasons I have been blessed with this message is because I've been there and lately the Lord's been showing me God bless them in prayer just like you said, boy did I need that message. Because it was showing me what I was already doing and would continue to do. May you be blessed and may all our enemies and all our Herter's be blessed in Jesus name amen.

  2. What I want to ask ps Jimmy is this? I can forgive but will have to turn into a junkie or an alcoholic in order to release that person and pray God will bless him..! Destroy me and let me never have to see the blessings God brings him…! What an unfair world…the victim becames victimized again and again….! Imagine having to forgive and then ask God to bless the pedophile who killed your kid mercilessly…or the drunken driver who took the life of your teenager and is not repentant, the criminal who raped your daughter…the list goes on and on! The only way to forgive is to destroy yourself in order to pray for that person to be blessed! Can Ps Jimmy answer me…

  3. But when I have released the debt and left the judgement to God, how do I protect myself from futher abuse? How do I release the debt but not just go back into the same dynamic and get devastated over and over again?

  4. I get his point. But I disagree. I didn't put Him on the cross. I never had an intention of putting Him there. Jesus Himself says in thr scripture, "No one takes My life. I lay it down freely." The Pharisees intentionally tried to kill Him. But they couldn't. He laid it down for them, for me and everyone else.

  5. I have been searching for honestly IDK even how long.. for a solution to this Exact Q you answer. Everything I've gotten so far has either been too simple to cover the Depth of my pain (Which you address the multiple types) or so "holy" that they don't account for the reality of not just the world we live in but of basic nature & common sense. This is the First & Only video that not only made sense, but didn't discredit or belittle me & my experiences, all while connecting with me on a deeper level. Thank you!!!

  6. I needed to hear this today. Thank you. God bless. You're right. I have to forgive my devistator and not have anger ,bitterness, depression, and fear towards him and instead forgive and pray for him. It is quiet the challenge though.