How Can I Possibly Forgive?
: Sometimes it's a struggle to forgive a friend, a family member, a coworker, or a neighbor. This book helps you to look at the meaning of forgiveness and the impact that choosing to forgive--or refusing to forgive--has on your...
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Sometimes it's a struggle to forgive a friend, a family member, a coworker, or a neighbor. This book helps you to look at the meaning of forgiveness and the impact that choosing to forgive--or refusing to forgive--has on your life. It will help you identify the battles worth fighting and the ones that aren't and how to tell the difference.
As she did in her popular one-year experiment with submission, Sara Horn reveals through personal experiences and stories what she's learned about forgiving with God's help and healing. In the process, she explores the steps toward forgiveness, including how to
take care of the little problems we allow to become big issues move on from painful slights and deep wounds be real with ourselves and God first and then be real with others find closure when disappointment in others doesn't resolve itself let go of regret, anger, and bitterness that keep us from living in the freedom God intends
Life isn't about holding on to destructive and painful experiences. It's about letting go. And it's about letting God work in our trying situations so we can see Him more clearly on the other side.
Sara Horn is the founder of the national military wives support organization Wives of Faith (www.wivesoffaith.org), a contributor for several military spouse publications including Military Spouse Magazine and CinCHouse.com, and the publisher of AGreaterFreedom.com, which offers faith-based military news. A frequent radio and TV guest and collaborative writer, Sara is the coauthor of the 2005 Gold Medallion Finalist A Greater Freedom. Sara was recognized by Military Spouse Magazine in their 2008 "Who's Who of Military Spouses" list of spouses who have made significant contributions in the military community. She and her husband, Cliff, a Navy reservist, live in Nashville with their son, Caleb.