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Nathan R. Byrd was inspired to write No Apology Needed: Learning to Forgive as God Does during Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement and forgiveness, in 2012. As he began to research the Jewish perspective of the holiday, he realized that neither Adam nor Eve ever apologized to God for their sin, yet they were forgiven immediately.
By learning to forgive as God does, without needing any apology from those who have wronged us, we can unlock the keys to healing and healthy relationships. Looking at ancient biblical passages in a new light, Byrd reveals what we have been missing about the teachings of Jesus and the character of our God, as seen in the stories of Adam and Eve, Joseph and his brothers, and King Saul and David. In doing so, Byrd offers incredible insights into how we view relationships and the necessity of adopting a posture of forgiveness, regardless of the circumstances.
|Title: No Apology Needed: Learning to Forgive as God Forgives|
By: Nathan Byrd
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 6 ounces
Stock No: WW231219
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Nathan served the kingdom as an evangelist for twelve years before transitioning to pastor. He then ministered at The Worship Center of St. Albans in Queens, New York, as senior pastor for fifteen years.
In 2005, Nathan was anointed and elevated to the gift of apostle, with hands laid on him by Dr. Reuben Timothy of Durban, South Africa.
Nathan is the visionary leader behind the Issachar Gathering, an annual event to discover "What now, what next?" for the body of Christ. His demanding international ministry has taken him to Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, India, Britain, Zambia, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Tanzania, Cameroon, Nigeria, Mexico, Canada, Colombia, Brazil, and various Caribbean islands.
In addition to No Apology Needed: Learning to Forgive as God Does, he authored The Future of Worship and For These Reasons Shall a Man Leave His Father and Mother and Cleave to His Wife.
Prior to entering the ministry, Nathan was employed in finance at various brokerages and banking firms on Wall Street from 1979 through 1999.
To learn more about Nathans ministry, visit www.jesusmakesthedifference.com.
In No Apology Needed, Nathan Byrd offers a new perspective on the concept of forgiveness, with the goal of transforming lives and communities. Exploring the Jewish roots for the Christian faith, he suggests that the practice of Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, can offer Christians a rhythm for forgiveness that will have a positive impact on their whole life.