Forgiving others doesn’t just grant you peace. It gets you right with God. This book will help you understand the importance of the mandate in God’s Word to forgive others and teach you what steps to take to totally forgive. FEATURES AND BENEFITS A powerful message reflecting biblical teachings on forgiveness Bible verses for deeper study Relevant prayers Journaling space to reflect on what God is saying to you as you meditate on each devotion Forgiving others totally is a core message of the gospel. Jesus forgives us completely and unconditionally, and we are to do the same. But how do we make the choice to let go of the unforgiveness in our hearts? Are you holding on to bitterness or unforgiveness toward someone who has wronged you? Are you feeling a lack of freedom and peace in your spirit because of it? It’s time to get right with God by letting go of the past and releasing both the people and the pain. In this forty-day devotional based on R. T. Kendall’s best-selling work Total Forgiveness, you will find inspirational readings to guide you into a new place of peace and joy. You will learn: The mandate to forgive Misconceptions about forgiveness What total forgiveness looks like Steps to take to total forgiveness The ultimate proof of total forgiveness
You are invited to experience the emotional peace and joy in recognizing the extent and totality of Christ's forgiveness of sins! Foreword by Gary SmalleyIncludes an abridged audio CD of the book read by Janene Turner.
Mastering the What, When, and Why of the Words You Speak
Author: R.T Kendall
Pubpsher: Charisma Media
The words we speak have power. Often the consequences of our careless words are far reaching and eternal. At one time or another we all have experienced saying something in a moment that takes hours (or weeks or a lifetime) to make right. In his engaging teaching style, Dr. R. T. Kendall helps you learn how to take control of the words you speak. He brings you straight to the Bible to identify characters who spoke without thinking as examples of how not to do things, demonstrating conclusively through their lives that, even when you fail, God will use you as He used them.,
*Let Go of Your Hurt *Experience Renewed Relationships *Find New Intimacy with God
Author: Ray Pritchard
Pubpsher: Harvest House Publishers
Few Christians realize nearly every problem in life stems from an unwillingness to forgive someone. When we hold grudges, seek retribution, and blame others, we end up hurting our relationships with God and people—and short-circuit our ability to live the Christian live the way it's meant to be lived. Why is forgiveness so difficult at times? Must we forgive when it's the other person's fault? How should we handle repeat offenses? What if we feel we can't forgive because we've been hurt so badly? Pritchard answers these questions and more by pointing to God's example as the Supreme Forgiver. When we learn to forgive in the way He forgives, then we'll know true freedom, peace, and emotional healing.
After the release of Total Forgiveness, the most common question that readers had for author R. T. Kendall was, “How do I forgive myself?” In this follow-up book, Kendall dives deep into the subject to give readers the tools they need to put the past behind them. In How to Forgive Ourselves Totally, R. T. Kendall has provided a clear and compelling book that puts before us the hope and possibility of experiencing incredible freedom and peace that can only come when we walk in total forgiveness. And we have not totally forgiven until we have forgiven ourselves as well as those who have hurt us.