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The Key of Forgiveness by Glenn Smith, Jr.,Calvin Harris Book Resume:
This book explores how forgiveness can benefit the life of both Christians and non-christians alike. It offers teaching from the Holy Bible as well as personal examples from the life of the author. Through the truths revealed in this book, the reader will gain powerful insight into living a full and wonderful life through the freedom that is found in total forgiveness.
FORGIVENESS by GREGORY CALLISTE, PhD Book Resume:
Forgiveness: The Key to Overcoming, Progressing, and Succeeding Gregory Calliste, PhD (Dr. C) In this book, Forgiveness: The Key to Overcoming, Progressing, and Succeeding, the godly principle of forgiveness and its benefits and consequences are demonstrated. These are good outcomes that most people hope for but which unfortunately not enough people achieve. Many people seem to be struggling and failing, unable to progress and succeed in spite of their tremendous effort and dedication, frustrated, discouraged, and ready to give up. The key may hinge on one simple word: forgiveness. God has commanded that we “forgive others as we want to be forgiven,” “do not repay evil for evil,” because “vengeance is mine (God), I shall repay.” The biblical principle of forgiveness is stressed in the Old and New Testaments, and numerous examples are cited to illustrate God’s rewards for those who obey this command to forgive. Conversely, numerous examples are also cited that demonstrate God’s punishment for those who ignore his command and inflict their own punishment on their adversaries. The author, Dr. C, has showed how his decisions to obey God’s command to forgive others unconditionally has produced positive results for him and negative consequences and even serious punishment for his opponents because he forgave them and left vengeance to God. He uses his personal experiences as president/chief executive officer of a hospital several years ago to illustrate this amazing phenomenon. In spite of his tremendous success at improving that hospital, four members of the board of directors, his bosses, conspired and tried to terminate him. The coup failed and their efforts were unsuccessful because of God’s intervention. Instead of having the normal reaction to retaliate, he forgave them fully. The resultant rewards for his obedience makes a convincing case for choosing forgiving over avenging. The misfortunes of the board and hospital after he left that organization reinforce his conclusion that God’s punishment is much more potent than man’s when we forgive and leave vengeance up to God. Dr. C acknowledges that he is a “fighter” by nature so his initial reaction is always to fight back, be assertive, respect all, and demand respect from all. So to him forgiveness was not easy, and to change that character, he really had to go beyond his human strength and depend totally on God. But forgiveness worked for him as it did for so many biblical characters, and he is enjoying the benefits of overcoming, progressing, and succeeding because of his obedience to forgive. By profession, Dr. C is a hospital executive with over thirty years of senior administrative experience, which includes executive positions in private not-for-profit, for-profit, and public hospitals in New York, New Orleans, and the Caribbean. He also taught business and health administration as an adjunct professor for over fifteen years at several colleges and universities in New York. His academic credentials include a doctor of philosophy (PhD), master of business administration (MBA), master of science (MS), bachelor of arts (BA), Certified Healthcare Executive, etc. He has always had a gift and love for writing. His writing career actually started in 2008, after the incident described in this book, which actually prompted the writing of this book, poems, and songs. To date he has written over seventy poems and songs that focus on God’s message of love, peace, joy, and forgiveness and which also uplift the name and teachings of Jesus Christ. Dr. C truly believes that we ought to obey Jesus’s command to love and forgive each other as God loves and forgives us in spite of our shortcomings.
Forgiveness is the Key to Happiness by Sue Pipal Book Resume:
Forgiveness is the key to happiness—but how do you actually do it? When we begin to practice forgiveness, the world becomes a better place to live. Forgiveness is essential to releasing fear and living in peace. In fact, forgiveness is the single most important thing we can do to create a life of love and happiness. Without it, we are destined to live in hurt, anger and upset. With it, all the gifts and miracles of God’s love flow into our lives. If you’ve tried to forgive in the past and been unable to, you’re not alone. Forgiveness is not always an easy task, and most of us have no real idea of how to go about it anyway. Although each of the world’s important religions and spiritual pathways agrees that forgiveness is essential, there is very little practical information out there about how to actually forgive. Forgiveness is the dirty little secret of Christians, spiritual people, and truth seekers everywhere. We all nod our heads and agree that forgiveness is important, but when it comes right down to it, most of us have no idea how to really do it. Forgiveness is actually an easy and pleasurable process once you understand it. Forgiveness Is the Key to Happiness gives you the essential tools you need to forgive anyone, from the smallest of affronts to the really huge betrayals and damage we all experience at least occasionally in our lives. To learn more you can visit www.forgiveandbehappy.com
Freedom in Forgiveness by Rhonda Yearby Book Resume:
John 8:36 NIV - So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed! If you do not know what it feels like to forgive, then you are missing out on a great deal in your life. You can make yourself psychologically stronger by learning to forgive and it's easier than you can ever imagine. As you read through this book, it is suggested that you take the lead by practicing the exercises that are mentioned within each of the chapters. Often times, people struggle to get past painful memories in their lives. Even though this is not something new and we all know that we should learn to forgive and forget since elementary school! Unfortunately, many people tend to dwell on the past and that only creates a downward spiral of pain and disappointments. The book puts this in simple terms so that you are able to start off with letting go small things and work your way towards the bigger picture. Ultimately, what we truly yearn for is a sense of fulfillment and happiness in life. Holding grudges to your grave is not something you would wish for, both for yourself and even others. We only live once so don't leave behind disappointments and regrets. I was prompted to write down all that I know about forgiveness, so that others never have to go through the kind of tragic experience I witnessed. Despite the general idea of forgiveness, which is "sacrificing" yourself for others, it is actually more than that. In fact, forgiveness is a "gift" that you give to yourself and people you love. You may not see it like this at the moment, but once you study what I'm about to share, you should be able to put negativity behind you and start to enjoy life to its full extent. Any kind of negativity will hold you back. Forgiveness is the life preserver every day offers you. It is your choice whether you take it, but once you do, you will understand how much it changes everything about your life and frees you from all of the pain and bitterness that come with it.
Forgiveness: The Key To Lasting Joy by Roland Taylor,Gayle Taylor Book Resume:
Does your marriage lack true happiness? Is your family struggling to get along? Do you continue to deal with a loss from long ago? Wherever your pain lies, it is likely nestled in one deep, dark pit: a lack of forgiveness.
Forgiving Others by Frank Hammond Book Resume:
Unforgiveness brings a curse, and can be a major roadblock to the deliverance and freedom of your soul. In this booklet, you will find the spiritual truths regarding the necessity of forgiveness and the blessings of inner freedom which result! Find out why "70 times 7" is for our benefit as much as for the people we forgive. The topics Frank Hammond covers include: * The Liberating Benefits of Forgiving Others * The High Cost of Not Forgiving Others * Characteristics & Benefits of True Forgiveness * A Specific Prayer For Forgiving Others, and more!
Forgiveness is the Key to Happiness by Sue Pipal Book Resume:
Forgiveness is the key to happiness--but how do you actually do it? When we begin to practice forgiveness, the world becomes a better place to live. Forgiveness is essential to releasing fear and living in peace. In fact, forgiveness is the single most important thing we can do to create a life of love and happiness. Without it, we are destined to live in hurt, anger and upset. With it, all the gifts and miracles of God's love flow into our lives. If you've tried to forgive in the past and been unable to, you're not alone. Forgiveness is not always an easy task, and most of us have no real idea of how to go about it anyway. Although each of the world's important religions and spiritual pathways agrees that forgiveness is essential, there is very little practical information out there about how to actually forgive. Forgiveness is the dirty little secret of Christians, spiritual people, and truth seekers everywhere. We all nod our heads and agree that forgiveness is important, but when it comes right down to it, most of us have no idea how to really do it. Forgiveness is actually an easy and pleasurable process once you understand it. Forgiveness Is the Key to Happiness gives you the essential tools you need to forgive anyone, from the smallest of affronts to the really huge betrayals and damage we all experience at least occasionally in our lives. To learn more you can visit www.forgiveandbehappy.com
8 Keys to Forgiveness (8 Keys to Mental Health) by Robert Enright Book Resume:
'A practical guide by the man Time magazine has called “the forgiveness trailblazer.” While it may seem like a simple enough act, forgiveness is a difficult, delicate process which, if executed correctly, can be profoundly moving and a deep learning experience. Whatever the scenario may be—whether you need to make peace with a certain situation, with a loved one or friend, or with a total stranger—the process of forgiveness is an art and a science, and this hands-on guide walks readers through it in 8 key steps. How can we become forgivingly “fit”? How can we identify the source of our pain and inner turmoil? How can we find meaning in what we have suffered, or learn to forgive ourselves? What should we do when forgiveness feels like a particularly tall order? All these questions and more are answered in this practical book, leading us to become more tolerant, compassionate, and hopeful human beings.
Shakespeare and the Grammar of Forgiveness by Sarah Beckwith Book Resume:
Shakespeare lived at a time when England was undergoing the revolution in ritual theory and practice we know as the English Reformation. With it came an unprecedented transformation in the language of religious life. Whereas priests had once acted as mediators between God and men through sacramental rites, Reformed theology declared the priesthood of all believers. What ensued was not the tidy replacement of one doctrine by another but a long and messy conversation about the conventions of religious life and practice. In this brilliant and strikingly original book, Sarah Beckwith traces the fortunes of this conversation in Shakespeare’s theater. Beckwith focuses on the sacrament of penance, which in the Middle Ages stood as the very basis of Christian community and human relations. With the elimination of this sacrament, the words of penance and repentance—"confess," "forgive," "absolve" —no longer meant (no longer could mean) what they once did. In tracing the changing speech patterns of confession and absolution, both in Shakespeare’s work and Elizabethan and Jacobean culture more broadly, Beckwith reveals Shakespeare’s profound understanding of the importance of language as the fragile basis of our relations with others. In particular, she shows that the post-tragic plays, especially Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winter’s Tale, and The Tempest, are explorations of the new regimes and communities of forgiveness. Drawing on the work of J. L. Austin, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Stanley Cavell, Beckwith enables us to see these plays in an entirely new light, skillfully guiding us through some of the deepest questions that Shakespeare poses to his audiences.
Forgiveness: Key to the Creative Life by Rev. James G. Emerson Jr. Book Resume:
Forgiveness: Key to the Creative Life begins with new information on how the brain operates in the process of forgivness. The book begins with the relation between field theory as it relates to understanding the brain. The book then develops a theory of forgiveness as a process demonstrated in both scripture and case studies. From a look at the Kennedy assasination, the Columbine and Amish school shootings, and individual experiences, the book demonstates the process of forgiveness as leading to creativity rather than a reactive life..
The Blessing of Forgiveness by Dr. Raha Mugisho Book Resume:
Do you know the reason for your unhappiness? When attitudes toward others are based on past wounds and deception, the result cannot be good fruit. People in a state of distortion do not make wise decisions. Pride and a spirit of selfishness can have enormous consequences, actually resulting in physical illness and depression. Joy in your heart, a smile on your lips, and an attitude of forgiveness toward yourself and your offenders are vital elements in healing. The ideas of retaliation and revenge come from the Evil One who takes pleasure in destroying relationships. If Satan succeeds in stealing your joy and your peace, you may be on the road to a complete meltdown. We must resist the devil. He is the source of disorder and confusion. Condemnation is never the answer. Forgiveness is an indispensable ingredient for spiritual and emotional deliverance and is a spiritual act we can only manage by faith. Respect, care, and empathy offer hope of permanent healing.
Forgiveness Is Key by Angle Regnier Book Resume:
Forgiveness Is Key brings God's uncompromising demand for forgiveness into clear and convicting focus. How can we be forgiven if we do not forgive? Unforgiveness has eternal consequences. Weaving her own experiences with Church teaching, Scripture, scenes from films, real-life examples, and the witness of the saints, author Angele Regnier shares practical, relatable, and humorous lessons about forgiveness, reconciliation, and mercy. Also included are questions for personal reflection at the end of each chapter. After reading this book, Angele helps readers: Understand the freedom found in forgiveness; Learn how to forgive, even when it seems impossible; Gain practical advice on how to repent and seek reconciliation, even when it is not welcomed. It is impossible to read Forgiveness Is Key and remain unaffected. Through its pages, God will draw you into his mercy and greater freedom.
The Sacred Art of Forgiveness by Marcia Ford Book Resume:
Encourages believers to approach forgiveness and reconciliation through a step-by-step process, teaching how to forgive, how to be forgiven, and how to draw strength from the Divine at the center of all faith traditions. Original.
Ho'oponopono by Ulrich E. Duprée Book Resume:
Powerful yet concise, this revolutionary guide summarizes the Hawaiian ritual of forgiveness and offers methods for immediately creating positive effects in everyday life. Exploring the concept that everyone is deeply connected—despite feelings of singularity and separation—four tenets are disclosed for creating peace with oneself and others: I am sorry, Please forgive me, I love you, and Thank you. Offering practical exercises, this simple four-step system encourages readers to focus on difficult conflicts within personal relationships and heal the past. By addressing these issues, owning one's feelings, and accepting unconditional love, unhealthy situations transform into favorable experiences. Final chapters delve into love relationships, health and career, and healing the planet.
The Keys by Denise Marek,Sharon Quirt Book Resume:
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could find the keys that will open the door to your full potential and free yourself from the negative chatter in your mind? What if you could find the keys that would release you from your past pain, fears, and feelings of failure? Suppose for a moment that there were keys that would open your life to immense joy and inner peace . . . could you imagine what your life would be like if these keys existed? Well, they do! And they exist within you. The first key is awareness, the second is acceptance, the third relates to forgiveness, and the fourth is freedom. With these keys, you’re able to open the door to true empowerment and infinite possibilities. Denise Marek and Sharon Quirt have joined together to help you find these keys within yourself; your task is simply to use them. The rewards for doing so are tremendous. You’ll be able to finally resolve any part of your past that is causing current negativity around you, and better understand your life situation, enabling you to remove the barriers that once kept you from achieving your goals. You’ll discover how to make positive changes and to systematically create the kind of life you’ve been longing for. You’ll also gain a brighter outlook on your future and a renewed zest for living. These keys will allow you to discover who you truly are and to become who you were born to be!
The Gift of Forgiveness by Charles F. Stanley (personal) Book Resume:
Charles Stanley, one of the most influential spiritual leaders of our day, shares the key to personal and even world peace in The Gift of Forgiveness. as Stanley points out that no sin is so shockingly evil it blocks God's forgiveness nor so trivial it negates the need for God's mercy, he shares the specifics of how to go about receiving and giving forgiveness. The Gift of Forgiveness reflects the heart of Stanley's teaching ministry. In this markedly helpful book, Stanley addresses such questions as how to practise a life of forgiveness in all your relationships and how to make forgiveness an ongoing, practical experience in your life. Previously published in hardcover (0840790724).
The Key to a Loving Heart by Karen Burton Mains Book Resume:
"In this important sequel to the best-selling OPEN HEART, OPEN HOME, Karen Mains reveals the key to an open heart--forgiveness, the ability to truly love those who have harmed us. Here are practical principles and life responses to help Christians open their lives to forgiveness, the secret of Christian life today." --