Forgiveness for God is among the most important pillars and is a vital part of the formation of character in a Christian and is essential when having a human relationship, in this case, having a family relationship.
The Family is a group made up of human beings, and where there are humans there are differences and conflicts.
Proverbs 27:17 teaches us that turning a mineral into a beautiful and valuable knife requires another equally strong mineral to polish and detail this tool. The same happens in the family, differences and conflicts are necessary for the formation of character and forging the best coexistence.
The question would be, what attitude do we take when we have conflicts with a member of our family?
Between spouses, there may be differences, but Paul teaches us in the letter to the Ephesians that the sun does not go down on our anger, that is, we must take our position in Christ and resolve that conflict whether we should forgive or ask for forgiveness.
Another important pillar in this family equation is children, it is not easy to educate and guide children, but we must teach them the principle of forgiveness.
The invitation is that we shed all pride and all resentment, God shaped the family as a model of the body of Christ, and as a model, we must practice the principles that he taught us.
GOD ALWAYS ARRIVES JUST ON TIME