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Calvary Press From Forgiven to Forgiving

When you've been wronged, the best thing to do is forgive and forget, right? That's what many Christians believe, but is it biblical? Adams dispels misconceptions about forgiveness, reveals God's true plan for absolution, and shows you how to apply it to your own relationships. Learn how to "forgive and forget" God's way. 175 pages, softcover from Calvary.
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This book is like a breath of fresh air.

Date:February 10, 2011
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Location:Wisconsin
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This is the most sound book I have ever read on the subject of forgiveness. What a delight to find truth instead of secular terms and philosophy sprinkled with Bible verses! This will lighten the hearts of those who know they have done all they can do to make things right with God and man. I heartily recommend this book. I read it twice in two days.
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Date:February 28, 2008
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Tracy Quezada
Excellent book on the Biblical model for forgiveness. Mr. Adams hits the mark on how God views forgiveness for the Christian. He challenges the reader to truly know the Biblical perspective.
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Date:April 27, 2001
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Benji
Forgiveness, apologies, forgiven are all slurred nowadays as many Christians have slipped away from the Biblical model of forgiveness to using "I'm Sorry." Adams difuses the myths that have long served as a substitute for genuine forgiveness and offers several applications. His insights are remarkable and will shake your heart to the core as you realize your own shortcomings in this most important doctrine in the Bible.
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