The Gift of Forgiveness is a Bible study that guides you to give and receive forgiveness so that you can experience restoration with God and others. The book has eight weeks of study and can be completed either on your own or in a group setting. Learn how to "let go," study the Scriptures, reflect on your struggles with forgiving, and take practical action toward achieving forgiveness. Includes a leader's guide for small group discussion. Paperback.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 112 Vendor: Gospel Light Publication Date: 2011 Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
How can you forgive those who have hurt you? How can you know that God has forgiven you? In this new addition to the Women of the Word Bible study series, readers learn how to accept Gods forgiveness for their sins and to extend forgiveness to others. Through personal stories any woman can relate toabout family, career and churchThe Gift of Forgiveness deals honestly and compassionately with this tough yet necessary choice: the choice to forgive.
Eight sessions of Bible study cover such topics as "Experiencing Gods Forgiveness," "Why Forgiveness Is Hard," "Loving Your Enemies" and "The Power of the Cross." Readers will examine the challenges of accepting and offering forgiveness, dig into the teachings of Scripture and reflect on their own relationships. Each session wraps up with action steps for applying to their everyday lives what readers learn from Gods Word. Plus, a brand-new Leaders Guide is included to facilitate meaningful group study.
EVA GIBSON has sold over 30 fiction and nonfiction articles to a wide variety of publications. She has written six teen novels and several nonfiction books. She has been contributing writer on several of the Aglow Bible studies. Her favorite ministries are teaching womens Bible studies and teaching teens at her home church where she also works as part time secretary. She also teaches writing at the local community college as well as leading journaling and quiet time classes and speaking at retreats and seminars. She and husband Bud have six grown children and 10 grandchildren and they enjoy hiking, gardening and reading.