How did the book, The Forgiving Wife come up? It was the year 2007 when the Holy Spirit prompt me to write about my story. At first, I was reluctant and pulled back, but the spirit of God kept pressing upon me. I finally decided to start jutting information here and there. As I started to gather more and more memories of my early marriage each day. I realized that I didn’t have a name for the book. I then consulted God about giving me a name for the book. Within ten minutes of me asking, the Holy Spirit spoke quite clearly and said calmly, The Forgiving Wife. Not putting up a fight with what I heard and felt, I continued writing. As I gained confidence in writing my book, my marriage once again started to spiral downhill in 2011. I then started to doubt my book and asked what sense was it to continue? There was no way I could finish my book. How would I end it? Not sure of which way to steer my writing anymore, I was forced to stop writing. After taking another blow to my marriage in October of 2015.Two years later I finally realized that my battling marriage was far bigger than my husband and me. This was far beyond our intellect. I realized that we were not walking this road for ourselves but, for someone else. July 30th, 2017, I began to consolidate all of the writing pieces into chapters. After receiving approval from my husband to write about our personal, behind the scenes relationship. I then had a clearer understanding as to why I was writing this book in the first place. It was to help broken and hurting women out there. I wanted to let the world know that Jesus is still in the business of restoring, healing, changing and saving lives! I’m not asking you if Jesus can do it, I’m telling you that he can! I urge readers that if you don’t have Jesus as the head of your marriage and home, get him because you will need him! Some battles you win and some you lose. Whatever the case may be, don’t allow your marital issues cause you to become so disoriented that you want nothing to do with life anymore. Neither let them allow you to lose your integrity, your dignity, nor your identity! At the end of the day, both spouses must want the same thing. This book is intended to help both men and women. I explained in this book that fighting for your marriage is not an easy fight. As a matter of fact, in the book shows how difficult and discouraging it got for me at times. I talked about how I was at my lowest point. Where I felt like my breath was literally being snuffed away from me, but God! It talks about how I was so confused at times; I almost lost my mind. I do not suggest you stay in a marriage if the situation is life threatening. This book does not talk about having a perfect marriage. As a matter of fact, my book shows that my marriage is still far from perfect, we must learn to accept imperfections as well. You won’t regret buying this book. The content is intriguing, the events are interesting and engaging. And the message is authentic!
A Wife’s Journey to Forgiveness was birthed by the personal experiences of the author while married to her late husband after his struggle with substance abuse. It is a glimpse of what is required of us, by God, to give and to receive forgiveness. Deciding to forgive or not to forgive, forced her to reach beyond where she could reach and see beyond what she could see and rely totally on God. While contemplating forgiveness, God took the author on a journey of acquiring knowledge and allowed her to gain a deeper understanding of what forgiveness encompass. Also, the book speaks of the personal testimony of the author; identifying where she stood in moments of her tender pain and suffering. As the author journeys through the pitfalls of hurt and disappointment that was prevalent in her marriage, she was reminded that God’s word is real and His mercies endureth forever. Ultimately, she realized that forgiveness was not for her husband, but the act of being able to forgive was for her. Through it all she acquired a more profound understanding of forgiveness. This book is equipped with many scriptural references to aid the reader in his//her quest of forgiveness. “Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.” Ephesians 3:20
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Sometimes it’s a struggle to forgive a friend, a family member, a coworker, or a neighbor. This book helps you to look at the meaning of forgiveness and the impact that choosing to forgive—or refusing to forgive—has on your life. It will help you identify the battles worth fighting and the ones that aren’t and how to tell the difference. As she did in her popular one-year experiment with submission, Sara Horn reveals through personal experiences and stories what she’s learned about forgiving with God’s help and healing. In the process, she explores the steps toward forgiveness, including how to take care of the little problems we allow to become big issues move on from painful slights and deep wounds be real with ourselves and God first and then be real with others find closure when disappointment in others doesn’t resolve itself let go of regret, anger, and bitterness that keep us from living in the freedom God intends Life isn’t about holding on to destructive and painful experiences. It’s about letting go. And it’s about letting God work in our trying situations so we can see Him more clearly on the other side.