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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Forgiving others is not easy. Usually it requires us to revisit past hurts and broken relationships.
Given the choice, many of us would rather move on than do that.
Yet deep down we know the Bible says forgiveness is right. But what if we don't feel like it?
Why is the act of forgiveness so hard?
Biblical counselor June Hunt has over 20 years of experience in answering the hard questions people
ask about forgiveness-questions such asR30;
- What if it hurts too much to forgive?
- What if it's the other person's fault?
- Am I really supposed to forgive and forget?
June's counsel combines biblical truth with heartfelt compassion. In this book, readers will
learn from Jesus' own example of how to forgiveR30;and will discover the tremendous healing and freedom that comes with
forgiveness. A gentle and encouraging resource on a vital topic.
June Hunt utilizes experiences from her personal struggle with forgiveness, in addition to the experiences of those she has helped through her work as a counselor and as host of the call-in radio broadcast Hope in the Night. These real-life examples make this book more relatable to readers, as well as show how the principles discussed in the book can be used practically. The advice given is both scripturally sound and culturally relevant.
This book would make a wonderful tool for counselors or for people struggling with grudges or resentment. I found the book to be easy to understand, though the subject matter is heavy and difficult to read straight through. I would say the book is more suited to use as a reference than something one might read a chapter or two of before bed. Pastors or counselors who might be asked questions on this topic regularly would find this book to be useful, as would those struggling with forgiveness issues.-- Shannon Potelicki, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com