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Prayer and Forgiveness By Benny Tucker
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Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive... More > those who trespass against us, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever, and Lord I shall fear no evil because I know thou art with me, even in the valley of the shadow of death. Father I will claim your promise to me that in 2 Timothy 1;7, You Father, gave me not a spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind and I thank and praise You for this. I ask Your continued blessing on our country and pray You would lead and guide our leaders to make decisions that would be in Your will and not their own.< Less
Release and Forgiveness By Ruth Ann Polston
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Why do we hold grudges? Why do we harbor bitterness and resentment? By refusing to release or forgive someone, are we proving anything? Are we really punishing the other person—or are we... More > punishing ourselves? Who is the slave and who is the master? As you read this book, you’ll find that release is just as much for us as it is for the other person. Find release for your life by releasing others; you’ll be glad you did.< Less
The Forgiveness of God By Terry Lawrence
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The love of God knows no boundaries for He shall forgive us of our sins, or our wicked past, as if there were no sins when we so ask Him for His help and our salvation.
FORGIVENESS AND HEALING By Julius Rono
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David said; “Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered (Psalm 32:1). Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities;... More > who healeth all thy diseases; who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with loving kindness and tender mercies.” There is no other book that clearly; depicts, and unlocks the secrets of overcoming Unforgiveness. If you are or you have been hopeless, hurting, angry and resentful and you need some help to get over, this book is for you. This book will introduce you to the Master healer, one who can heal your pain. Your prayer life will not be the same. Forgiveness is a must and this book is a must for you and for those who want to rediscover the secrets of conquering the enemy (Devil). God bless you so much as you take a journey of exploring the riches of the gospel.< Less
Forgiving God By Jeanne Bishop & John Boyle
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The horrors of the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. A happy young couple expecting their first child found shot to death. Jeanne Bishop and Dr. John Boyle have witnessed firsthand the aftermath... More > of evil. As a young soldier in the U.S. Army in World War II, Boyle helped liberate Dachau. The abominations he saw there led him to ministry in the church and a career as a pastoral counselor. His years of counseling brought him close to people seeking to forgive or be forgiven. Jeanne Bishop’s sister and brother-in-law and their unborn child were brutally murdered by an intruder in their home in 1990. Bishop’s work against the death penalty and for gun violence prevention in the wake of the murders has brought her face to face with survivors in various stages of the struggle to forgive. Both Boyle and Bishop have encountered this question: can our outrage over inhuman acts be directed not just at the offender, but at God, too, for seeming to permit evil? Do we need to forgive God?< Less
Forgiving God By Jeanne Bishop & John Boyle
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The horrors of the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. A happy young couple expecting their first child found shot to death. Jeanne Bishop and Dr. John Boyle have witnessed firsthand the aftermath... More > of evil. As a young soldier in the U.S. Army in World War II, Boyle helped liberate Dachau. The abominations he saw there led him to ministry in the church and a career as a pastoral counselor. His years of counseling brought him close to people seeking to forgive or be forgiven. Jeanne Bishop’s sister and brother-in-law and their unborn child were brutally murdered by an intruder in their home in 1990. Bishop’s work against the death penalty and for gun violence prevention in the wake of the murders has brought her face to face with survivors in various stages of the struggle to forgive. Both Boyle and Bishop have encountered this question: can our outrage over inhuman acts be directed not just at the offender, but at God, too, for seeming to permit evil? Do we need to forgive God?< Less
Heart Forgiveness By Ed Carlson
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Heart Forgiveness systematically releases all kinds and forms of anger and creates mastery in living free of anger, unoffendable. Thereby it restores our energy to its original power and purity.... More > Heart Forgiveness totally frees our energy regard-less of the person or event. At the same time, we connect energetically to the pure part in the offending person (or institution as represented by a person) and let go of all energy entanglements to their negative, aggressive, corrupt, and “crazy” behaviors. We come to appreciate and love their pure part, forgive them and release the negative impact of their craziness on us. Thus we restore our own energy and health. The entire process is documented through energy measuring: it clearly demonstrates that the other person is in control of our energy as long as we harbor anger toward them; that our own angry energy is damaging our body. When we have truly forgiven, we energy measure strong for having regained control of our own energy.< Less
The Kabbalah of Forgiveness By Henry Abramson
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The Kabbalah of Forgiveness is a new translation of the first chapter of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero’s classic work Date Palm of Devorah (Tomer Devorah) with a modern commentary by Dr. Henry... More > Abramson. Emerging from the 16th-century Safed Circle, a group of kabbalists working in northern Israel, Date Palm of Devorah earned a rare place in the history of Jewish ethical literature, primarily based on the glorious introductory chapter that discusses the Thirteen Levels of Mercy and how these Divine attributes can be applied in daily life. Steeped in metaphysics and mysticism, Date Palm of Devorah brings the loftiest, most esoteric concepts of Judaism and translates them to the everyday realities of human interaction.< Less
The Value of Forgiveness By Dr. Phillip Botha
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Since the earliest times, we as humans have found it difficult to forgive one another. When someone says or does something that makes us mad, we feel hurt, and in turn we want to hurt that person... More > back. This is how it is with us, never letting our guard down to insults and hurt caused by another, even if it wasn’t intentional. No one is born to be mean. It is a learned behavior, like getting mad in the first place. So why is it that we struggle so much with the issue of forgiveness? Over the centuries, much has been said about this issue, but not much has been gained by that. In this book, I will discuss all the relevant issues surrounding forgiveness and why I deem it very important to forgive. I will also look at what is to gain through a forgiving attitude compared to an unforgiving one.< Less
The Value of Forgiveness By Dr. Phillip Botha
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Since the earliest times, we as humans have found it difficult to forgive one another. When someone says or does something that makes us mad, we feel hurt, and in turn we want to hurt that person... More > back. This is how it is with us, never letting our guard down to insults and hurt caused by another, even if it wasn’t intentional. No one is born to be mean. It is a learned behavior, like getting mad in the first place. So why is it that we struggle so much with the issue of forgiveness? Is it simply because it is easier to let our anger out than to keep in? Over the centuries, much has been said about this issue, but not much has been gained by that. In this book, I will discuss all the relevant issues surrounding forgiveness and why I deem it very important to forgive. I will also look at what is to gain through a forgiving attitude compared to an unforgiving one. To forgive or not to forgive, it will ultimately be life changing either way. I hope you make the right choice…< Less

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