As I pondered their hurt and frustration, I began to remember those unresolved issues in my own life. I have posted previously concerning long kept secrets and the tailspin I went into upon the revelation of the truth. There is no way to resolve this here upon this terrestrial ball. I will have to live with the truth and either always wonder why or put it behind me and move forward.
How I would love one more conversation with my mother and father! There are words which were never said--that I long to speak to them. In the moments of loosing them, the focus was not on unspoken words, but only on the pain of them leaving. There were things left unsaid--now to never be said.
I dare say, most of us have unresolved issues with others which will never be resolved. How do we learn to live in the flux of torment which comes with broken or cracked relationships? Is there any redemption for the unresolved?
There is NO unresolved conflict in Heaven. We can live with the certain assurance we will live in peace and harmony in His presence. All that was broken on Earth will be mended.
As I pondered The Word, I came to one conclusion, Jesus redeemed all of the unresolved. Though we may never experience an earthly conversation to resolve the conflict. There is NO conflict in Heaven. Jesus has resolved all our pride, arrogance, and stubborn refusal to resolve conflicts here upon this earth. His death and resurrection is the sure redemption of any and all conflict we inflict upon one another. Though we refuse to remedy our disagreements, He will rule in perfect agreement in Eternity. We will not be looking around to avenge old hurts, but instead we will be standing in awe and worship of a perfect God. I am so thankful for the peace that He will redeem all the unresolved
But by His doing you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, and righteousness and sanctification, and redemption,
I Corinthians 1:30