Reconciliation - eBook
Reconciliation - eBook  -     By: June Hunt
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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781596368903
ISBN-13: 9781596368903
Series: Hope for the Heart

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Sarcasm. Hurt feelings. Misunderstanding. Alienation. When hurt people connect with other hurt people, relationship breakdowns are sure to occur. Why is it so hard to patch things up? Who should make the first move? This 96-page book on reconciliation tackles how to forgive the un-forgivable, how to move past the hurt, and how to restore relationships by restoring trust.

What is Reconciliation? 3 Core Truths about Broken Relationships and Reconciliation

  1. Forgiving someone is not the same as reconciliation.

  2. Unforgiveness is the root of unresolved conflict.

  3. Reconciliation is a restored relationship based on restored trust.

Even when there are valid reasons to feel hurt and even when the other person is undeserving, the spirit of reconciliation reflects the heart of God.

Find out what you need to know about reconciliation and healing in relationships. It includes—

  1. Definition Section on Reconciliation, Restoration, and Mediation

    Discover the real truth that with God there is no relationship that cannot be restored. Review key definitions and encouraging Bible stories that show God's heart and desire for reconciliation and forgiveness. Covers key Bible stories, such as David, Joseph and his brothers, Abigail, and Jesus.

    Even though God has set the standard for forgiveness and reconciliation, the reality of conflicts and personal offenses raises questions—questions Ms. Hunt addresses. Is there a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation? Must forgiveness result in reconciliation? The story of Josephs reconciliation with the brothers who had abused him and sold him as a slave is one of several stories the author recounts to illustrate the grace and mercy required to restore severed relationships.—Dave Barkey, Retired Pastor, Colorado,Team Rose Representative

  2. Characteristics Section: Keys to Repairing a Broken Relationship

    This helpful section answers the fundamental questions: Am I ready for reconciliation? What does reconciliation look like? and Are we required to reconcile all relationships?

    • Learn how to spot the 8 characteristics of an alienating heart (pride, faultfinding, avoidance, isolation, hopelessness, etc.) and the 8 characteristics of a heart of reconciliation (humility, forgiveness, self-examination, communication, risk-taking, and more).

    • Find out the 9 differences between reconciliation and forgiveness.

    • Discover the root causes for a lack of reconciliation along with 20 signs of a hardened heart.

  3. Steps to Solution Section: How to Mend Broken Relationships and Open the Door to Reconciliation

  4. Gives helpful relationship advice on reconciliation and how to heal broken relationships. Steps to reconciliation include preparing our heart, forgiving others, showing love, reflecting the character of Christ, entering into His peace, and seeking mediation if needed.

    Discover how to reconcile and heal broken relationships:

    • Get a close up look at the story of the prodigal son and its principles of reconciliation.

    • Find out the 4 goals of reconciliation and how to achieve them!

    • Examine your own heart with a helpful heart test—includes 8 questions to help you reflect on your own heart and actions toward your offender.

    • Get answers to key questions, such as—

      • Why am I even going through this?

      • What do I do if I can't persuade someone with a stubborn heart to reconcile?

      • Should I seek reconciliation even when I am still angry?

      • What do I do if my effort to bring about reconciliation with someone fails?

This helpful, easy-to-understand minibook will help you prepare your heart to resolve differences and it shows that the road to reconciliation—although difficult—is possible with God.

She uses real world experiences and scripture to support her topics. The theme of this minibook is that our heart for reconciliation should reflect God's heart for reconciliation. Reconciliation can be personal, relational, financial and spiritual. She also explains that alienation and mediation can also take place on a personal, professional and spiritual level. God's heart brings peace where there once was pain, and freedom where there once was bondage. This material can be great for anyone who is in a relationships and/or marriage in which conflict exists.—Larry Bennison, Small Group Bible Study Leader, Connection Point Church, Team Rose Rep

Look for all 36 titles in the Hope For The Heart Biblical Counseling Library. These mini-books are for people who seek freedom from codependency, anger, conflict, verbal and emotional abuse, depression, or other problems.

Reconciliation is the act of settling or harmonizing differences, especially resolving differences between one another. While a relationship will not always be salvaged, the spirit of reconciliation always reflects the heart of God.— June Hunt, Christian Counselor and author of the Hope for the Heart Minibook Series

Meet the Author: June Hunt


June Hunt, M.A. Criswell College, is a biblical counselor whose award-winning radio program Hope for the Heart is heard on 900 radio outlets around the world. For more than 25 years, she has counseled people, offering them hope for today's problems. June has helped many people with emotional, relational, and spiritual problems experience God's love through biblical hope and practical advice.

Early family pain was the catalyst that shaped June's compassionate heart. Later, as a youth director, she became aware of the need for sound biblical counsel. After years of teaching and research, she developed a scripturally based counseling course covering topics such as marriage and parenting, depression and anger, stress and suicide. These topics are now available as the Aspire Press Hope for the Heart ebooklets.

Hope from the Heart is a half-hour teaching broadcast on these important topics in more than 60 countries on 6 continents. Hope in the Night is June's live two-hour call-in counseling program that helps people untie their tangled problems on air. Through her warmth, wisdom, and gentle candor, June prompts penetrating dialogue with listeners, often with life-changing results.

Hope for the Heart ebooklets have been published in 27 languages in several formats and are being translated into more. June is a popular guest professor at colleges and seminaries and a sought-after speaker at conferences and religious broadcasting events. She teaches and speaks around the world on topics such as crisis counseling, child abuse, wife abuse, forgiveness, singleness, and self-worth.

Kind Words about June Hunt and the Hope for the Heart Minibook Series

After decades of counseling men and women from all walks of life, June knows how to lead readers to truth—truth that liberates because it is truth from God.
Kay Arthur, Co-founder of Precept Ministries International, and author of When the Hurt Runs Deep-Healing and Hope for Life's Desperate Moments.

Those of us who have had to forgive the unforgiveable will find June's materials to be tremendous— filled with hope and healing. She speaks from the heart with truth, directly to your broken soul.
Stephen Arterburn, Founder of New Life Ministries and author of Healing Is a Choice.

June Hunt has been addressing the root issue for hurting hearts as long as I have known her. God has given her insightful sensitivity not only to identify human problems, but also to uncover biblical solutions. She has done it for me more than once! All who have hurting hearts—or who minister to wounded spirits—need to read her resources.
Dr. Dorothy Kelley Patterson, Professor of Theology in Women's Studies, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

June walks you through the step-by-step process to forgive...yes, even the 'unforgiveable.' If you want your days ahead to be better than the days gone by, this is a must read for you.
Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and President of The Urban Alternative.

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