Forgiveness

Author: Michael Dawson
Editor: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456603388
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True forgiveness asks us to stop pointing our finger at the people and events in the world as the cause of our pain, and turn instead to the unforgiven thoughts in our own minds. Here we can create change, which will lead to an ever-increasing sense of inner peace. The book outlines simple, practical steps and techniques we can use to help us in our efforts to learn and practise forgiveness with ourselves and others in our daily lives. Illustrative case histories and stories of forgiveness and healing are also included, as well as methods and approaches for helping others to forgive. This book gives a clear framework for understanding the true nature of forgiveness, as well as discussing the implications for us when we do aspire to that path. In every situation in which we lose our peace we have found a reflection of what is unhealed within us, what we have not forgiven ourselves for. Our world is a reflection of our consciousness - life constantly reflecting back what is in our minds. So rather than getting upset when things aren't going the way we would like, we can pause and use the techniques in this book to draw our attention to what is going on inside. Though the underlying philosophy is inspired by 'A Course in Miracles', this book is applicable to us all, and is readily understandable by those not familiar with the Course.

Forgiveness

Author: Dan Hamilton
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780877841807
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Dan Hamilton examines the biblical concept of forgiveness, describing its purpose, motivation and cost.

Forgiveness

Author: Anthony Bash
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498201482
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Many endorse the idea of personal forgiveness without fully understanding its complexity and subtlety. This book is a careful and detailed theological exploration of personal forgiveness. It sets forgiveness in its ancient and biblical context, as well as drawing on contemporary debates among philosophers, psychological therapists, and international relations theorists. Forgiveness is written in a clear, accessible style for both the specialist and the non-specialist, and even the most difficult issues are clearly explained and their significance explored. Anthony Bash seeks to restore forgiveness to the center of Christian doctrine and practice, and to defend its place in personal and public life.

Forgiveness

Author: John-Roger
Editor: Mandeville Press
ISBN: 0914829629
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Uplifting and anecdotal in nature, this insightful book shows how all individuals can change their perspective with the power of forgiveness, resulting in more freedom and joy.

Forgiveness

Author: Eve Garrard
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317488296
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Forgiveness usually gets a very good press in our culture: we are deluged with self-help books and television shows all delivering the same message, that forgiveness is good for everyone, and is always the right thing to do. But those who have suffered seriously at the hands of others often and rightly feel that this boosterism about forgiveness is glib and facile. Perhaps forgiveness is not always desirable, especially where the wrongdoing is terrible or the wrongdoer unrepentant. In this book, Garrard and McNaughton suggest that the whole debate suffers from a crippling lack of clarity about what forgiveness really amounts to. They argue that it is more difficult, complex and troubling than many of its advocates suppose. Nevertheless, they conclude, a proper understanding of forgiveness allows us to avoid cheap and shallow forms of it, and enables us to see why it is right and admirable to forgive even unrepentant wrongdoers.

Forgiveness

Author: June Hunt
Editor: Rose Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1596366435
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"I forgive you." These three little words are so simple, so complex, and yet so powerful! Forgiveness gives us permission to let go of recent irritations or long?held grudges of minor offenses or festering hurts that keep us up at night. Relationships filled with resentment ultimately perish. Relationships filled with forgiveness ultimately prevail. Learn how you can be an expression of God's grace by forgiving others and find the freedom He intended you to have. Learn all forms of forgiveness and the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation. Forgiveness will shed light on the high cost of unforgiveness versus the high reward of forgiveness. The last section titled Steps to Solution gives you practical advice on how to have a heart of forgiveness with: 4 stages of forgiveness, Forgiveness vs. reconciliation, honesty required for reconciliation, a sample prayer to forgive your offender, 7 ways to sustain a forgiving heart, and much more. Paperback, 96 pages, 4 x 7 inches.

Living Moments Of Forgiveness

Author: J. Maurus
Editor: St Pauls BYB
ISBN: 9788171083084
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Forgiveness

Author: Adam Hamilton
Editor: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426740441
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Forgiving others is the key to freeing yourself.

Forgiveness

Author: Marjorie J. Thompson
Editor: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664259723
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Forgiving others and humbly asking for forgiveness are central disciplines for all Christian believers. Lent, a time to reflect on our Christian journey, is an appropriate time to deepen our understanding and practice of forgiveness. Marjorie J. Thompson, author of the best-selling book Soul Feast, takes a close look at our understanding of forgiveness in this encouraging study. In six brief chapters, Thompson addresses such questions as the following: Is forgiveness a Christian duty under all circumstances? Or are there situations Christians do not need to forgive?Is forgiveness a matter between individuals, or is it meaningful only in the context of communities?Is forgiving the best route to healing for the injured?How do we get past emotional barriers to real forgiveness? Using biblical examples and and real-life situations, Thompson illustrates each chapter’s theme in an informative and engaging way. A study guide is also included at the back of the book that is appropriate for either individual reflection or group discussion. With clarity, insight, and sensitivity, this book is the perfect resource for examining both our ability to forgive and our own need for forgiveness.

Forgiveness

Author: Charles Griswold
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521703514
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The first comprehensive philosophical book on forgiveness in both its interpersonal and political contexts.