Ever been told that God's heart is for forgiveness, but find it hard to accept it? Forgiveness Remembers explains in a compassionate and sensitive way the sheer power of God's grace. It has been written with those struggling with forgiveness, or struggling to show, or teach, it. It is a road to a clean slate, and a reminder that God's grace is never far away.
Forgive and forget is the mantra. But what if the path to true peace were forgive and remember?
This is the radical and liberating truth shared by two authors who bridge the Catholic Protestant divide.
Together they show that true forgiveness lies the other side of grace-filled remembering and not denial-laden forgetting. True forgiveness is seldom the work of a moment. Its path does not run straight and its myriad difficulties can leave us trapped in a circle of hate and despair.
Forgiveness Remembers sensitively shows how God's grace can break this circle, and how we can find ourselves caught up in a spiral of hope that leads into the freedom and compassion of God.
This book is for anyone who struggles with forgiveness, with a grace that can seem so unfair, but who hopes to know God s grace and to continue the journey into His heart.