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How Do I Forgive Myself

How do I forgive myself after loosing my favorite job after almost 17 years?

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 ---Michael_J._Payne on 5/20/05
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M.J.Payne::Do not look back ,you have a new job,look ahead Change is sometimes necessary in the life of an individual.You say God has blest you with a new Job.God brings us change so we can improve on the road to Perfection. God Be with You Professor.There is nothing to forgive -Forgivenes rests with the creator to whom you owe allegiance.
---Emcee on 1/21/08

What's to forgive?
You've suffered for the word of God,
Keep your Faith & Endure unto the end is what my Brother would tell you to do,By man you maybe spoken Evil of, BUT, by the Angels of Heaven you ARE spoken of with Praise Unto our Father, SO Chin Up, Stay strong & God be with you...
---Duane_M on 1/21/08

NOT KNoWING YOU or WHAT HAPPENED it is hard to say but you must have either hidden yourself very well for a long time or done your job well for a good long time to last 17 yrs. If 1 is true you may be made a serious mistake, Whatever, get up, make wrong right and send out your resume and if you deserve it everything will be ok!
---Pierr7958 on 1/21/08

My Friend,
You have to let God console you. God will give your heart peace if you let him in. Time heals all hurt. Pray about this and listen to what God tells you.
---Chante on 4/12/07

I have shared my faith in the my first lecture for years and have told students that I will treat them as people not just students.

Please pray for me as I ask God to console me through this great loss.

Mike Payne
---Michael_J._Payne on 6/23/05

More details on my job loss.

I lost my position as a university professor because a student took my caring as harassment.

It has been very hard and still is even though God has blessed me with a new job.

Love In Christ,
Mike Payne
---Michael_J._Payne on 6/23/05

Michael, this may sound harsh but it is said with much compassion:- you must CHOOSE to FORGIVE yourself & whoever else at your work. And bless those involved, it does wonders 4 your soul as you release those who have hurt U. Jesus counted U worthy to die 4 so U would experience the Father's forgiveness; choose now to forgive and be at peace with yourself. Mishon (Aust)
---Mishon on 6/14/05

This is a HUGE loss. It is almost like experiencing a death. Allow yourself time to grieve this. Ask forgiveness if you need to. It is natural to be sad. Let Jesus heal you thru His living Word. Be sure you have our Lord in your heart; find a mature Christian buddy to talk with. Ask Jesus what He wants you to do since you really work for Him. Even the act of looking for work is healing because you are doing something constructive. God may want you to work somewhere else for a reason. Blessings!
---Elsie on 5/21/05

michael, seventeen years should speak volumes. Go talk to your boss and explain how sorry you are for whatever happened. I know someone the same thing happened to them and they got their job back.
---shira_5965 on 5/20/05

Driving thru life's journey, you glance at the rear view mirror and concentrate on what is to be seen in the windshild. If you give more than a glance at the rear-view mirrror you might really wreck. It is behind you and you can not change it by worrying or concerning on yesterdays woulda, shoulda, couldas, Ifs ands, and buts. You should concetrate on today and tomorrow with God's help and presence.
---chuck on 5/20/05

The best you can do is learn from your mistakes and go on from there. There isn't a person alive who is without regrets. "And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to his purposes." (Romans 8:28) Trust God, He understands and He loves you anyway. Let Him make it better. He wants you to enjoy your work (Ecclesiastes 3:22), trust for an even better job.
---DoryLory on 5/20/05

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