Easter is one of my favorite times of the year. I have felt this way since childhood. I can remember living in Memphis rising early on Easter Sunday to attend Sunrise service. Hearing the many details in the Word of what Christ went through is mentally inconceivable to me; it is overwhelming. The insults He received, the anger, rage, betrayal, denial, false accusations...yet He forgave.
Fast forward, during the 2018 Resurrection messages on Cross Talks from my husband he preached a life changing message to me. Of course as a Christian I have been taught about forgiveness, I have struggled with forgiving painful offenses, and I am sure people have struggled with forgiving me. Forgiveness is not an attribute that comes easy to any person, yet it is required by Jesus thus making it supernatural.
When my husband began reading Luke 23, focusing on the thief on the cro