Why we need to Forgive
What God say about the matter
There is a need to let go of the things that prevents us from being who we were created to be, preventing you from your destiny. The bitterness of unforgiveness that blocks what can be by staying attach and holding to what was. Finding a reason to forgive is summed up in Heb. 12:15 See to it that no one fails to obtain the grace of God; that no “root of bitterness” springs up and causes trouble, and by it many become defiled; To receive all Gods Grace and Blessing he has for you here in the present, you have to let go of the bitterness and pain from the past which can defile a person heart spirit and their ability to live the life they were purposely created to live.. You deserve every blessing that is yours. We have to choose to let go.
By Johann Christoph Arnold 218 Pages
In Why Forgive? Arnold avoids glib pronouncements by letting the untidy experiences of ordinary people speak for themselves – people who have earned the right to talk about overcoming hurt, and about the peace of mind they have found in doing so. “Hurt” is an understatement, actually, for these stories deal with the harrowing effects of violent crime, betrayal, abuse, bigotry, gang warfare, and genocide. But Why Forgive? examines life’s more mundane battle scars as well: the wounds caused by backbiting, gossip, strained family ties, marriages gone cold and tensions in the workplace. As in life, not every story has a happy ending – a fact Arnold refuses to skirt. The book also addresses the difficulty of forgiving oneself, the futility of blaming God, and the turmoil of those who simply cannot forgive, even though they try read more
This is an amazing book. Get a free copy of this book, when you click on read more to finish reading the short article.
Don’t forget to like us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/loveandforgiving