Fair Forgiveness : Finding the Power to Forgive Where You Least Expect It
Overview - Why can't I forgive? Jesus-Follower, you have probably been told choose to forgive the one who hurt you-intentionally give up your right to fairness. It sounds so reasonable, so Christ-like. It is well meaning but biblically flawed. Lasting forgiveness is a function of justice. Read more...
New & Used Marketplace 6 copies from $5.16
More About Fair Forgiveness by Dr William H. Senyard
Why can't I forgive? Jesus-Follower, you have probably been told choose to forgive the one who hurt you-intentionally give up your right to fairness. It sounds so reasonable, so Christ-like. It is well meaning but biblically flawed. Lasting forgiveness is a function of justice. It is not in your DNA to give up your right to fair treatment. God never forgives crimes until they are paid for. That is the essential work of the Cross. So why do you imagine that you can forgive without first experiencing real justice? Do you think that you can be more magnanimous than God? Your heart has been crying out for its rightful day in court. Welcome to Fair Forgiveness, a nine-station journey to achieve real justice. Bring a specific hurt. The moment that you open the book you become an honored plaintiff in the trial called on your behalf. Fair Forgiveness is an updated and revised version of Dr. Senyard's earlier work on the topic, The Forgiveness Labyrinth. Fair Forgiveness is the only popular book that is baked up by a successful scientifically-verified forgiveness intervention that has actually helped hundreds of people learn how to forgive. What are people saying about Fair Forgiveness? "If you think you've heard everything there is to know about forgiveness...guess again." -Michael J. Klassen, author of Strange Fire, Holy Fire. ..".A practical intervention to help people forgive. The approach is both personal and experiential, and many people will be blessed by it. I recommend it. It will enhance your experience of forgiving." -International forgiveness expert Dr. Everett L. Worthington, Jr., Author of Forgiving and Reconciling and Moving Forward: Six Steps to Forgiving Yourself and Breaking Free from the Past. "Fair Forgiveness allows readers to experience first-hand the critical link between justice and forgiveness, and then carefully shows them how to forgive otherwise unforgivable wrongs. Share this book with everyone you know. It's that profound and life-changing." -David Sanford, author of If God Disappears and executive editor of Holy Bible: Mosaic. "I believe that Christian forgiveness is so broadly and harmfully misunderstood that I have great hope that this book can change the world." -Eric Protzman, Young Life.
This item is Non-Returnable.