Forgiving Your Way to Freedom: Reconcile Your Past and Reclaim Your Future
: Have you ever been hurt by someone else that you needed to forgive? Have you ever hurt someone else and needed to ask their forgiveness? Do you find the forgiveness process difficult? Could unforgiveness be keeping you from...
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Have you ever been hurt by someone else that you needed to forgive? Have you ever hurt someone else and needed to ask their forgiveness? Do you find the forgiveness process difficult? Could unforgiveness be keeping you from peace and joy in your life?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this book is for you. Forgiveness impacts everyone of us-every relationship, every family, every business, every culture. And the truth is, no one benefits more than us when we forgive, and no one suffers more than us when we don't.
Okay, so you know you're supposed to forgive, but how do you actually do it? Forgive Your Way to Freedom lays out a highly practical, biblical process that helps you walk, step-by-step, through the journey teaching you to:
•Release your power of forgiveness
•Resolve the pain of your past
•Restore your peace in the present
•Reclaim your purpose for the future
Forgiveness has the power to transform lives, restore relationships, heal families, unite businesses, and rebuild nations. Because when we forgive, we are most like God. When you forgive your way to freedom, there is nothing you can't do!
A former pastor and call-in radio talk show host, Gil Mertz has been involved in Christian ministry for more than thirty-five years. He has a vast background with international missions, evangelism, humanitarian relief, social justice, reconciliation, and public policy. <P>He has seen firsthand how forgiveness touches the lives of every individual, every relationship, every marriage, and every family. From his experiences as a pastor and as a person, he knows the liberating effects of forgiveness, as well as the devastation that can result when one is unable to forgive. Combining all that he h