Freed To Forgive
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|Author||: Julie B Cosgrove|
|Editor||: Pelican Ventures Book Group|
Liberated from her captor but shackled by her past, can she find the freedom to forgive? Abused in her Mexican village, Marisol's anger is her ticket to freedom in America, or so she thinks. But her temper lands her in worse and worse situations. Trafficked and pregnant, she gives up her baby so it can have a better life. Now, ten years later just when she has caught the eye of Jesse, the one man who wants to know her...and not just her body, her past returns to haunt her. Marisol has struggled hard to disguise her past, but will the unforgiving spirit she harbors prevent her from embracing her future? Though delicately worded with veiled descriptions, this faith-based novel does depict some disturbing, yet unfortunately all too common, sex trafficking scenes necessary for the plot.
|Author||: Rodney Woods|
|Editor||: Monarch Books|
This book, and course, is designed to enable Christians to lead confidently based on their identity in Christ. Leadership is tough. Many leaders come to leadership from competence in a different field, without training, and fear that they cannot really lead and will be 'found out' one day. Many leaders are insecure, constantly assessing how they are coming across, and where challenges may arise. Being grounded in Christ is the foundation for all true Christian leadership. This identity-based leadership makes us less driven, reduces the risk of burnout, and enables us to survive personal attacks, use conflict positively and overcome other barriers to effective leadership. Once we operate from this secure base, centred and grounded in Christ, we become less vulnerable to threats to our status, we cease to have anything to hide (because we can afford to be vulnerable) and we are less likely to be blown off course by strong-willed people wanting to push their own agenda.
|Author||: Robin Lynn Leitch|
Freed Bird. A short, powerful read that recounts how one minister found freedom through forgiveness. Reverend Robin Lynn Leitch candidly shares her personal journey through years of singleness, personal triumphs and defeats, and the loss of her mother. You will cry with her and cheer with her, and ultimately walk free with her as she teaches how to recognize and release the shackles of anger, resentment and bitterness that keep us bound in our own lives.
|Author||: Tiffhany Bell|
|Editor||: Purpose Publiching LLC|
We all have a few chapters in life we do not want to read aloud; Tears Reap Joy was that chapter for me. Tears Reap Joy can be seen as a story of forgiveness, healing and looked to as a true testimony of my life. In the beginning I did not quite understand how God operated, so I started to establish my performance; my life on the recognition I thought I would receive from God only to find out my value was being manufactured on all the wrong things and all the wrong people. I was driven by many unresolved conflicts that I allowed to settle in my heart. Soon my bitterness intensified and with each passing year, the veneer covering of perfection depleted the authenticity of who I was. Considering the fact that many of us have been hurt, I gave so many people control over my life, I made the decision not to forgive. My unforgiving ways created a bitterness that poisoned my thoughts; unforgiveness was a poison I took daily in hopes that the guilty would succumb from it. In the end, as I went through many battles, God exposed to me that he was only shaping me in the process of my trials, he was transforming my life, preparing me for things to stir up the spirit of God within my development. God shifted things so I would come out on the other side better and much stronger, with my best days still in front of me. A full confession of all my sins was the only way I could face my truth. And in my repentance, forgiveness started off with a clear understanding of who I was and if God was able to forgive me in my stages of guiltiness, then I had to be willing to forgive others of whom I perceived were the guilty against me. The act of forgiving gave me a clear understanding of those I was once unable to forgive. Forgiveness requires work as forgiving others is not a choice for us to make as God has given us very specific instructions that can be found in serval scriptures of the Bible to forgive. Forgiveness freed me from my past. Forgiveness allowed me to receive the anointing from the Holy Spirit. Forgiveness motivated me to write this book.
|Author||: Sarah Braydon|
|Editor||: Balboa Press|
Sarah Braydon was raised in a village in the middle of farmed country scenes—pristine rolling hills, forests, ponds, wildlife, fields of corn and grains, wide open skies, and raw gravel roads. This village, to a passerby, presented itself as a quaint, whispering place. But underneath the tranquil was a culture of satanic abuse. In Feeling Free, she narrates her story of being sexually, physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually abused as a child and a young teenager. Braydon tells how she freed herself from satanic abuse, discusses her healing journey of recovery, and shares her explorations of how to be resilient in times of great stress and pain. In this memoir, Braydon chronicles how she released the pain and fear that had been locked inside of her for years and how she learned to trust herself and to heal. Her story reveals her discovery of joy, love, and compassion and forgiving the unforgivable. Feeling Free serves as a resource for survivors, relations, for friends, therapists, and the general public.
|Author||: Liberty Gaines|
Grace Anderson has suffered a broken heart and great betrayal by her husband and her best friend, and doesn't believe she can love again. She hides herself in a small town, running her grandmother's inn and avoiding all company, until Jordan Hayes comes to town. He is carrying guilt and pain after losing his wife and two children in a fire while he was with his mistress.Can the two of them overcome the obstacles of their past and find love again?
|Author||: Diane DeLong Clark|
|Editor||: Inspiring Voices|
Growing up in Upstate New York during the 1940s and 1950s was idyllic in many ways, with wintertime sledding and summer days spent on the shores of Lake Ontario. But even though she was involved in school activities and had friends, Diane harbored a painful secret: her father was an alcoholic. Often out of work, he might explode with rage at the dinner table because someone chewed too loudly, or accuse Dianes mother of infidelity, or pass out naked, sprawled across his bed, within sight of anyone who came to the front door. Not surprisingly, Diane learned to fear, resent, and mistrust her father. Unfortunately, there are many stories like Dianes, in which families are traumatized by abuse. Hers could have ended there, but thanks to a loving God, it did not. What makes Dianes story different is that she learned about the power of forgiveness. In Choosing to Forgive she shares her insights into this most precious but sometimes mysterious gift from God. How do we forgive people when they have deeply wronged us? What if we dont want to? What does forgiveness look like in everyday life? Diane has asked these questions and others in her journey toward forgiving the man who caused her such pain. Intended for both those whose circumstances are similar to Dianes and those simply want to learn more about forgiveness, this moving memoir tells the story of how forgiveness freed her to have a rich and happy life.
|Author||: Kenwyn K. Smith|
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