Effects of Accusations

2 Samuel 3:7-11

One day Ishbosheth, Saul’s son, accused Abner of sleeping with one of his father’s concubines, a woman named Rizpah, daughter of Aiah. Abner was furious. “Am I some Judean dog to be kicked around like this?” he shouted. “After all I have done for your father, Saul, and his family and friends by not handing you over to David, is this my reward—that you find fault with me about this woman? May God strike me and even kill me if I don’t do everything I can to help David get what the Lord has promised him! 10 I’m going to take Saul’s kingdom and give it to David. I will establish the throne of David over Israel as well as Judah, all the way from Dan in the north to Beersheba in the south.” 11 Ishbosheth didn’t dare say another word because he was afraid of what Abner might do.


In the scripture above, you get to understand the effects of negative accusations.

Many relationships and unions have been broken or destroyed due to accusations. Many have lost loved ones, dear friends, loyal colleagues and many others.

All these accusations have managed to promote hatred, bitterness, unforgiveness, distrust and fear among individuals. Of any form of religion.

But today’s word is speaking to you today, to let go and let God. Thus, accepting that you have been hurt, yet willing to give another chance. To life, to believe, to hope, to support and to love again.

Jesus Christ overcame every negativity around him with the power of love. ”Love is patient and kind, never keeps record of wrongs, love is timeless.”