The Cry When is it appropriate to start crying to the Lord for help? Crying is an utterance of a loud voice; throughout generations believers have always cried to the Lord in times of our distress. It can take several years of praying to create a single cry which causes deliverance to happen (Psalms 56:9). When we cry out to the Lord, it is an act of despair and supplication; it is an expression of our faith and trust in God. -Stephen Miller, excerpt from chapter 3
2000 years of Christian Theology prohibits the very thought of the topic of this book. This book discusses the author’s view on a topic rarely, if ever, discussed by mainstream Christianity, the trespassive proclivities of Almighty God! Yes, God can, has, and will trespass! The Holy Scriptures are replete with evidence that even the trespassive love of God can cause unmitigated, and sometimes unbridled grief in our lives. This is not new Theology, but rather Dr. Jesse McGuire’s personal view on a subject that may have never been discussed in a public forum, in mainstream Christianity. There are people all over the world, who are living with an issue with God due to a loss, or misfortune. You may find yourself, and your particular situation revealed in the pages of this book! You too, can absolve God of His trespasses, in your life!
Forgiveness can lead to a life of prosperity and abundance. It can open the door to loving intimate relationships and strengthen the bond of lifelong friendships, and the health benefits that are experienced when resentments are released are astounding. You are about to enter what the author hopes you will find to be a humorous and delightful journey on the subject of forgiveness. Many who seek self-help and inspiration wonder why, with all of the work they have done to improve themselves, there still seems to be a sense of poverty in certain areas of their lives. Something still seems to be missing. Maybe you yourself asked, “How I can prevent negative things from coming into my experience?” The answer to that question may be closer than you think. You now hold in your hands an amazing treasure that may lead you to the answers that you're looking for. Fasten your seat belt. It's going to be a fun ride!
Jim Taylor brings a unique perspective to sports writing-he is, after all, the founder of Slobbies (the Society to Let Our Bodies Indulge to Excess) who maintains that being a couch potato is a form of exercise. Unimpressed by statistics and scorecards, Taylor writes about people.
In this fast-paced sequel to the debut novel Dream Girl Awakened, five characters come to grips with their pasts amidst broken friendships, infidelity, grief, and loss. In this fast-paced sequel to the debut novel, Dream Girl Awakened, five characters come to grips with their pasts amidst broken friendships, infidelity, grief, and loss. Aruba Dixon has hit rock bottom. After two years of marriage, her second husband has died of Lou Gehrig’s disease, and she finds herself wanting to end it all. A botched suicide attempt makes her parents reach out to her ex-husband, James, for assistance. Up until that late-night phone call, James is living the golden life of success and wealth, but now everything is about to spin out of control… Meanwhile, Tawatha Gibson is grateful for the chance to be free again. After serving five years in prison, she is released on a technicality. Though shunned from those she loves most, Tawatha clings to the dream that she will be given another chance to start anew. But when her daughter, Aunjanue, learns about her release from prison, she’s not sure she can celebrate her mother’s freedom, let alone forgive her. Then there’s Victoria Faulk, who struggles with forgiving and forgetting. After a messy divorce, she wrestles with feelings of inadequacy and doubt. When her new beau, Emory Wilkerson, proposes in front of family and friends, she knows she’ll never be happy until she forgives the one person who hurt her—her old “friend,” Aruba Dixon. As the events unfold around the lives of these women, they face the challenge of letting go of the past and building new bonds. Will they come full circle and learn to move on, or will their past mistakes follow them forever?
FORGIVE ME Forgive me is a commentary by Swami Chinmayananda on Siva-aparadha-ksamapana-stotram by Adi Shankaracharya, wherein he begs forgiveness from the Lord for his sins of the past, born of commission and omission. KSHAMA YACHANA IS THE MARATHI VERSION OF FORGIVE ME.
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "As We Forgive Them" by William Le Queux. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
When someone hurts us, our natural response is to strike back. But God calls us to forgive. How can we let go of our bitterness? June Hunt offers biblical help on how to find true freedom through forgiveness.
Forgiveness is an essential part of being a Christian. But what do we do when confronted with the unforgivable - an act that shakes our moral foundations to their roots, often committed by someone trusted and loved? Murder, sexual abuse, adultery - all leave lifelong wounds and all are unforgivable trespasses that through the grace of God can be...
For more than 15 years, people who grew up in dysfunctional families have found hope, healing, and the power to move forward with their lives in the classic Forgiving Our Parents, Forgiving Ourselves. Now, in this revised and updated edition--which includes new stories, statistics, and more practical help--a new generation can move beyond failure to forgiveness by understanding the roots of their pain. Readers will explore family patterns that perpetuate dysfunction by constructing a "psychological family tree" that will uncover family secrets and habits that have shaped their adult identity. As they develop a greater understanding of their family of origin, they will be able to take the essential step of forgiveness, releasing themselves from the chains of the past to live in freedom and wholeness. Forgiving Our Parents, Forgiving Ourselves gives readers the power to become "unstuck" from behaviors that hurt themselves and those they love, changing their hearts so they can change their lives forever.