It is next to impossible for a man to reach the high calling of God if he is carrying the sin of unforgiveness in his life. Unforgiveness disrupts our spiritual man. The writer of Hebrews warns us about a root of bitterness: " See to it that no one misses the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many" (Hebrews 12:15 NIV).
When unforgiveness, is planted in our life we can be assured that it is the manure that makes the root of bitterness grow. If we fail to forgive, it sets a whole sequence of negative emotions off within us, which ultimately deprive us of our peace. This causes us to become bitter and resentful; since, a bitter root is in our life it will always produce bitter fruit. But, the depressing fixation about allowing the sin of unforgiveness to grow in your heart is---you are the big loser. Paul wrote that we should forgive: "In order that Satan might not outwit us. For we are not unaware of his schemes " 2 Corinthians 2:11 (NIV). God expects us to forgive others just as he has forgiven us. God, who is perfect, sacrificed his Son Jesus so that our sin, death penalty would be paid.
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Dr. Bingham have been married to Dr. Bettye Bingham for 43 years. To that incredible union, they have three boys 8 grand children and three great grand children. He founded the Glad Tidings Christian Ministries and the Glad Tidings Bible College in 1984; upon the Scripture, Hosea 4:6: "My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge." He have educated and prepared thousands of pastors and lay people for the work of the ministry. He has established many Christian Educational Institutes throughout the United States and overseas. He has written training manuals, Journals, and books that supports Christian Education. He is a publish author and a renowned gospel singer. Dr. Bingham has dedicated his life to Christian Education. Dr. Bingham completed his former Education in the St. Louis Public School system. He completed his Undergraduate and Graduate studies at the Living Word College Seminary earning his Ph. D., in Psychology. He is an Ordained Bishop, overseeing the Perpetual Tidings Christian Services, Glad Tidings Christian Ministries and the president of the Glad Tidings Bible College St. Louis, Missouri.