The Forgiveness Journal
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|Author||: Lysa TerKeurst|
|Editor||: Thomas Nelson|
In The Forgiveness Journal--a beautiful companion to Forgiving What You Can't Forget--New York Times bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst helps us process the resentment that causes heaviness in our hearts as we journal our way to freedom.
|Author||: Lysa TerKeurst|
|Editor||: Thomas Nelson|
Have you ever felt stuck in a cycle of unresolved pain, playing offenses over and over in your mind? You deserve to stop suffering because of what other people have done to you. Lysa TerKeurst has wrestled through this journey. But in surprising ways, she's discovered it is possible to heal and move forward even when you feel like forgiveness is impossible because those who hurt you aren't willing to make things right. Even more importantly, she's discovered how to exchange all that bound up resentment for life-giving peace and freedom. With this exclusive Forgiveness bundle (which includes Forgiving What You Can't Forget and its companion The Forgiveness Journal), you'll not only learn from Lysa on how she walked this out personally, but also be equipped with practical ways to implement these teachings in your own life. In Forgiving What You Can't Forget, Lysa will help you: Learn how to move on when the other person refuses to change and never says they're sorry. Walk through a step-by-step process to free yourself from the hurt of your past and feel less offended today. Discover what the Bible really says about forgiveness and the peace that comes from living it out right now. Identify what's stealing trust and vulnerability from your relationships so you can believe there is still good ahead. Disempower the triggers hijacking your emotions by embracing the two necessary parts of forgiveness. In The Forgiveness Journal, Lysa shares: Powerful readings about what forgiveness is and isn't Short prayers and key Scriptures related to the topic of each chapter Journaling prompts for personal processing, along with space to write And more! Don't miss out on this opportunity to let go of bitterness, work through resentment, and take the necessary steps toward healing with these two crucial resources. Forgiveness is not only possible but it is the very key that will unlock a beautiful future awaiting you that starts right now.
|Author||: Lysa TerKeurst|
|Editor||: Thomas Nelson|
*#1 New York Times Bestseller* You deserve to stop suffering because of what other people have done to you. Have you ever felt stuck in a cycle of unresolved pain, playing offenses over and over in your mind? You know you can't go on like this, but you don't know what to do next. Lysa TerKeurst has wrestled through this journey. But in surprising ways, she’s discovered how to let go of bound-up resentment and overcome the resistance to forgiving people who aren’t willing to make things right. With deep empathy, therapeutic insight, and rich Bible teaching coming out of more than 1,000 hours of theological study, Lysa will help you: Learn how to move on when the other person refuses to change and never says they're sorry. Walk through a step-by-step process to free yourself from the hurt of your past and feel less offended today. Discover what the Bible really says about forgiveness and the peace that comes from living it out right now. Identify what's stealing trust and vulnerability from your relationships so you can believe there is still good ahead. Disempower the triggers hijacking your emotions by embracing the two necessary parts of forgiveness.
|Author||: Lysa TerKeurst|
|Editor||: Harvest House Publishers|
Living with a deeper awareness of God’s leading isn’t just for a select few…it’s for you too! Have you ever wondered if God still speaks to us today? Or do you worry that what you’re perceiving as God’s voice is really just your own thoughts? You’re not alone. In Is God Speaking to Me?, Lysa TerKeurst shares her own wrestling with these questions and how God has taught her to more clearly discern His direction in her everyday life. Using Scripture, encouraging personal stories, and practical application, Lysa will help you: Stop merely going through the motions of life by learning how to recognize and respond to the Lord’s divine appointments for you. Uncomplicate the idea of listening to God as you use five key questions to help you determine if what you’re discerning is from Him or not. Discover the joy of truly walking with the Lord as you learn how to live in expectation of hearing from Him. Is God Speaking to Me? is both an invitation to a life of adventure with the Lord and the tender reminder that we serve a God who loves us deeply and longs to speak to us personally.
|Author||: Michael McCullough|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Why is revenge such a pervasive and destructive problem? How can we create a future in which revenge is less common and forgiveness is more common? Psychologist Michael McCullough argues that the key to a more forgiving, less vengeful world is to understand the evolutionary forces that gave rise to these intimately human instincts and the social forces that activate them in human minds today. Drawing on exciting breakthroughs from the social and biological sciences, McCullough dispenses surprising and practical advice for making the world a more forgiving place. Michael E. McCullough (Miami, Florida), an internationally recognized expert on forgiveness and revenge, is a professor of psychology at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, where he directs the Laboratory for Social and Clinical Psychology.
|Author||: Everett L. Worthington, Jr.|
To be unforgiving is harmful. The inability to come to terms with one’s anger or strife often can lead to stress disorders, mental health disorders, and relationship problems. Forgiveness is a personal decision. Forgiveness and Reconciliation focuses on individual experiences with forgiveness, aiming to create a theory of what forgiveness is and connect it to a clinical theory of how to promote forgiveness. Dr. Worthington creates an evidence-based approach that is applicable for individuals and relationships, and even for society. He also describes an evidence-based method of reconciliation - restoring trust in damaged relationships. Dr. Worthington hopes that this theory will inform scientific research and improve intervention strategies. Showing that forgiveness transforms personality, Worthington describes ways a clinician can promote (but not force) forgiveness of others and self. He provides research-based theory and applications and discusses the role of emotion and specific personality traits as related to forgiveness. Forgiveness and reconciliation might not be cures, but, as Worthington shows, they are tools for transforming both the self and the world.
|Author||: Mark Sakamoto|
|Editor||: HarperCollins Canada|
#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER When the Second World War broke out, Ralph MacLean chose to escape his troubled life on the Magdalen Islands in eastern Canada and volunteer to serve his country overseas. Meanwhile, in Vancouver, Mitsue Sakamoto saw her family and her stable community torn apart after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Like many young Canadian soldiers, Ralph was captured by the Japanese army. He would spend the war in prison camps, enduring pestilence, beatings and starvation, as well as a journey by hell ship to Japan to perform slave labour, while around him his friends and countrymen perished. Back in Canada, Mitsue and her family were expelled from their home by the government and forced to spend years eking out an existence in rural Alberta, working other people's land for a dollar a day. By the end of the war, Ralph emerged broken but a survivor. Mitsue, worn down by years of back-breaking labour, had to start all over again in Medicine Hat, Alberta. A generation later, at a high school dance, Ralph's daughter and Mitsue's son fell in love. Although the war toyed with Ralph's and Mitsue's lives and threatened to erase their humanity, these two brave individuals somehow surmounted enormous transgressions and learned to forgive. Without this forgiveness, their grandson Mark Sakamoto would never have come to be.
|Author||: Desmond Tutu,Mpho Tutu|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Chair of The Elders, and Chair of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, along with his daughter, the Reverend Mpho Tutu, offer a manual on the art of forgiveness—helping us to realize that we are all capable of healing and transformation. Tutu's role as the Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission taught him much about forgiveness. If you asked anyone what they thought was going to happen to South Africa after apartheid, almost universally it was predicted that the country would be devastated by a comprehensive bloodbath. Yet, instead of revenge and retribution, this new nation chose to tread the difficult path of confession, forgiveness, and reconciliation. Each of us has a deep need to forgive and to be forgiven. After much reflection on the process of forgiveness, Tutu has seen that there are four important steps to healing: Admitting the wrong and acknowledging the harm; Telling one's story and witnessing the anguish; Asking for forgiveness and granting forgiveness; and renewing or releasing the relationship. Forgiveness is hard work. Sometimes it even feels like an impossible task. But it is only through walking this fourfold path that Tutu says we can free ourselves of the endless and unyielding cycle of pain and retribution. The Book of Forgiving is both a touchstone and a tool, offering Tutu's wise advice and showing the way to experience forgiveness. Ultimately, forgiving is the only means we have to heal ourselves and our aching world.
|Author||: Bible Verse Journals|
|Editor||: Independently Published|
Praise the Lord!: Notebook for Women to Journal Praise to God Learn How to Begin the Practice of Praising God: Praise is positive by its very nature so become a positive person through praising the Lord. (After all, you cannot gripe and praise at the same time!) Use this blank-lined journal format to document your praise journey by writing down new insights about praising the Lord. Learn to Avoid this Substitute for Praising God: Throughout the Bible we are urged to Praise God. Yet in many Christian circles, people will say "Praise the Lord!" yet no one actually does. In fact, it seems that phrase urging people to praise God has become a substitute for actually doing so! Whenever you hear someone say "Praise the Lord!", surprise them by actually doing so! Learn How to Establish the Priority of Praising God: Praise is ascribing worth to God above everything else in your life. To give praise to God is much more than a verbal declaration. Focus on the attributes of God whenever you worship, sing, pray, or share your faith, because praise flows from within, revealing your personal relationship to God through Christ. Learn How Praising the Lord Helps You Become a Positive Witness of God's Grace: Journaling your Praise Journey will transform your Christian life as you become a positive person of praise! Document How Witnessing Opportunities were the result of Your Positive Praise.
|Author||: Alison Andreasen|
Miriam has a brand new, purple polka-dotted journal! Within its pages, she records whenever she hears "I'm sorry" and "I forgive you." She discovers that these words are spoken at the most unexpected times and places! Join her and her family as they experience the crushing reality of sins of thought, word, and deed. Continue alongside them as they hear the freeing words from their Heavenly Father: "You are forgiven in Jesus' name." What wonderful news! It's the kind of news that has a way of changing things. It does for Miriam's family, and it will in your family, too!
|Author||: Katherine Schwarzenegger|
AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! “[The Gift of Forgiveness] will spark conversations across families, across friendships, at workplaces, everywhere.” –Maria Shriver A fresh, inspiring book on learning how to forgive, with firsthand stories from those who have learned to let go of resentment and find peace. "When we learn to embrace forgiveness, it opens us up to healing, hope, and a new world of possibility." --Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt Written with grace and understanding and based on more than twenty in-depth interviews and stories as well as personal reflections from Schwarzenegger Pratt herself, The Gift of Forgiveness is about one of the most difficult challenges in life--learning to forgive. Here, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt shows us what we can learn from those who have struggled with forgiveness, some still struggling, and others who have been able to forgive what might seem truly unforgivable. The book features experiences from those well-known and unknown, including Elizabeth Smart, who learned to forgive her captors; Sue Klebold, whose son, Dylan, was one of the Columbine shooters, learning empathy and how to forgive herself; Chris Williams, who forgave the drunken teenager who killed his wife and child; and of course Schwarzenegger Pratt's own challenges and path to forgiveness in her own life. All provide different journeys to forgiveness and the process--sometimes slow and thorny, sometimes almost instantaneous--by which they learned to forgive and let go. The Gift of Forgiveness is a perfect blend of personal insights, powerful quotations, and hard-won wisdom for those seeking a way to live with greater acceptance, grace, and peace. A PAMELA DORMAN BOOKS/VIKING LIFE TITLE
|Author||: Loren Toussaint,Everett Worthington,David R. Williams|
This volume collects the state-of-the-art research on forgiveness and mental and physical health and well-being. It focuses specifically on connections between forgiveness and its health and well-being benefits. Forgiveness has been examined from a variety of perspectives, including the moral, ethical and philosophical. Ways in which to become more forgiving and evolutionary theories of revenge and forgiveness have also been investigated and proposed. However, little attention has been paid to the benefits of forgiveness. This volume offers an examination of the theory, methods and research utilized in understanding these connections. It considers trait and state forgiveness, emotional and decisional forgiveness, and interventions to promote forgiveness, all with an eye toward the positive effects of forgiveness for a victim’s health and well-being. Finally, this volume considers key moderators such as gender, race, and age, as well as, explanatory mechanisms that might mediate links between forgiveness and key outcomes.
|Author||: Bekah Jane Pogue|
|Editor||: Barbour Publishing|
If you've ever felt forgiveness is just too hard. . .maybe even impossible. . . This lovely journal will walk you through 200 encouraging, inspiring, heartfelt, truth-filled prayers that will help your soul to discover true compassion and grace in an ever-growing relationship with the heavenly Father, the Forgiver Himself. Every heartfelt prayer begins with thought-provoking scripture selection and is meant to be a beautiful beginning to your very own personal prayer time. Forgiveness. . .is just a prayer away!
|Author||: Eileen Borris-Dunchunstang|
|Editor||: McGraw Hill Professional|
Free yourself from anger, pain, and the past Have you ever felt betrayed, hurt, or wronged? Are you struggling to get over a nasty divorce, the death of a loved one, a shattered friendship, or broken family ties? This book will help you deal with conflicted emotions and find it in your heart to forgive. Written by Dr. Eileen R. Borris-Dunchunstang, an internationally known speaker on conflict resolution and trauma recovery, Finding Forgiveness offers a remarkably sensitive yet powerful approach to healing your heart, lifting your spirit, and finding the power to love, grow, and forgive. The 7 Steps Toward Forgiveness Clear your mind of negative thoughts that get in the way of your happiness. Uncover your feelings of bitterness, betrayal, victimization, and blame. Let go of your anger and move on with your life. Work through your guilt and learn to forgive yourself as well as others. Reframe the situation that hurt you and restore your faith in others. Absorb the pain of the past without the need for apologies or revenge. Gain inner peace through newfound compassion, understanding, and acceptance.
|Author||: Meredith Hooke|
|Editor||: Adams Media|
Let go of anger and learn how to forgive with these journal prompts and self-assessment exercises to get you one step closer to peace, health, and lightness of spirit. I forgive you. Those three little words can improve your physical and mental health, release anger and resentment, and boost your overall well-being. Research shows that holding on to hurt is toxic to your mind, body, and spirit—increasing your chance of heart disease, inflammation, and depression. The solution is to forgive—but that doesn’t mean letting the person who hurt you off the hook! Through exercises and journaling techniques, certified life coach Meredith Hooke teaches the power and importance of forgiveness. Providing a step-by-step guide, Let Forgiveness Set You Free helps you learn to forgive in a satisfying and healthy way so you can move on to a happier and more enjoyable life.
|Author||: Michael Barry|
|Editor||: Kregel Publications|
All religions value forgiveness, but only Christianity requires it. Internalizing anger is destructive to our spiritual health and can destroy families, marriages, and even churches. But what about our physical health? Is there a relationship between a spirit of unforgiveness and cancer? Between forgiveness and healing? How do you really forgive? After thorough medical, theological, and sociological research and clinical experience at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), author and pastor Michael Barry has made a startling discovery: the immune system and forgiveness are very much connected. Through the inspiring stories of five cancer patients, Barry helps readers identifyand overcomethe barriers that prevent healing and peace. See how a breast cancer patient named Jayne experienced spiritual and physical renewal when she learned to forgive. Meet Cathy whose story illustrates how forgiveness can positively change relationships. Be inspired by Sharons story of spontaneous remission. With each true account comes proven strategies, tested and used by CTCA, that readers can implement to find peace with their past, relief from their hatefulness, and hope for healing. Competing titles may talk about forgiveness, but none specifically address the connection between forgiveness and physical health or offer forgiveness as a specific step toward healing from cancer. The Forgiveness Project presents scientific findings in easy to-understand, accessible language and offers practical steps to help Christians let go of past wrongs and find peace.
|Author||: Lauren Thompson|
|Editor||: Feiwel & Friends|
A long time ago and far away--although it could be here, and it could be now--a boy threw a stone and injured a girl. For as long as anyone could remember, their families had been enemies, and their towns as well, so it was no surprise that something bad had happened. Hate had happened. Revenge had happened. And that inspired more hate and more calls for revenge. But this time, a young girl decided to try something different... Inspired by the original Garden of Forgiveness in Beirut, Lebanon, and the movement that has grown up around it, Lauren Thompson has created a timeless parable for all ages that shows readers a better way to resolve conflicts and emphasizes the importance of moving forward together.
|Author||: Tobias Hägerland|
|Editor||: Cambridge University Press|
The Gospels record that Jesus purported to forgive sins. What significance would such a claim have had for his contemporaries and what would the implications have been for his identity as a first-century popular prophet? Tobias Hägerland answers these questions and more as he investigates the forgiveness of sins in the mission of the historical Jesus. The Gospels are interpreted within the context of first-century Judaism as part of a broader reconstruction of Jesus' career as a healer and prophet, and rhetorical criticism is introduced as a tool for explaining how the gospel tradition about Jesus and forgiveness developed. Hägerland combines detailed exegesis and rigorous methodology with a holistic view of the historical Jesus, evaluating recent scholarship about first-century Jewish prophets and utilizing previously neglected textual evidence to present a thorough investigation of the theology of forgiveness in early Judaism and primitive Christianity.