Sometimes relationships hurt. Friends disappoint us; loved ones betray our trust. People violate our rights, and we want justice, an apology, compensation. We want the guilty exposed and our suffering acknowledged. Sometimes we want pure, cold revenge.
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What we want, however, isn’t always what we need. A Devotional Walk with Forgiveness offers God’s healing solution to relationship hurts. The book is a five-week exploration of what it means to forgive, why we all need it, and how we can begin to practice it. Through daily Bible readings, thoughtful essays, and challenging questions, forgiveness reveals itself as God’s remedy for broken hearts and damaged relationships. Find out why families hurt each other; consider whether we can forgive unrepentant offenders; discover what conflict can teach us about ourselves. Learn how forgiveness can help you to work through the pain of your deepest wounds and surrender your bitter heart to the comfort and nurture of God’s love for you.