Healing the past

We live in the limitless expanse of eternity, reflecting only God’s nature and qualities.

How often have we found ourselves regretting something from the past? An event, a missed opportunity, a relationship can seem to linger in memory for months or years. No matter how often we think about it or try to correct it, it never seems to resolve.

There may be other times when we long for the past—for someone who’s passed on or for the “good old days” when life seemed less frenzied, more meaningful. Or we might just feel—to some extent—as if we’re defined by the cumulative result of all our experiences, positive and negative.

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