Finding Forgiveness Paperback
Personal and Spiritual Perspectives
by Jim McManus; Stephanie Thornton;
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This book will be of help to anyone needing to engage with forgiveness in their own lives, as well as anyone seeking to help others.
Finding Forgiveness by Jim McManus;Stephanie Thornton was published by Redemptorist in December 2005 and is our 21620th best seller. The ISBN for Finding Forgiveness is 9780852313152.
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Finding ForgivenessJohn Seymour, via The Good Book Stall
This book looks at the subject of forgiveness in considerable detail, including the beneficial effects of forgiveness on mental and even physical well-being, as well as the spiritual aspects, not least Jesus' command to forgive as often as is necessary. The writers look briefly at the approach of other religions as well. Particularly helpful is the chapter which seeks to spell out what forgiveness does, and also does not, entail.
The fact that the authors are Roman Catholics should not deter those who see things from a Protestant perspective, who will find a great deal of useful information and valuable insights in this book.
Simple exercises are suggested to help the reader get in touch with his inner self, and allow God space to speak.
I found the section on healing the wound of sin particularly valuable; when someone is sinned against, it leaves a mental wound. Jim McManus points out that this wound can readily be healed by taking it to Jesus. Applying this in my own life enabled me to grant forgiveness about something that had been troubling me for many months.
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Details for Finding Forgiveness
|Page last updated||23rd March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jim McManus;Stephanie Thornton|
|Publisher||Redemptorist (December 2005)|
|Number of Pages||147|