When someone hurts you, you have two options; forgiveness or bitterness.
Offenders—people who’ve hurt us—have a way of bringing out the worst in us. We’re all guilty of getting angry or wanting to treat others the way they’ve treated us. But is this the right way for us to behave?
The Bible tells us to forgive.
It’s important to know why people hurt others. Generally, it’s a deep-seated dissatisfaction with their own lives that causes them to lash out. You are not responsible for their actions, nor should you shoulder the burden of their anger.
Forgivingness fortifies your own wellbeing.
Everything you suffer through makes you stronger. Everything that happens to you builds you up in the eyes of God.
Every time you choose to forgive, rather than hurt, you are doing God’s will. This book offers the steps, tips, and roadmap to walk in a path of forgiveness and growth.
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About the Author
Christopher Brown, is a Motivational Speaker, Author, Mentor, And Purpose Coach. He has dedicated his life to bringing out the best in other individuals! Forgiving Thee Offender – Gaining The Art Of Forgiveness For Peace And Prosperity is his third self published book! Along with his other two novels The Process Of Life – Learning How To Overcome Challenges, Struggles, And Setbacks. Plus, Hitting Rock Bottom Defeating Depression – A Sure To Guide On How To Regain Control Over Your Life. Chis is a Certified Independent Speaker, Coach, And Trainer through the John C. Maxwell Program. John C. Maxwell, is one of the top leadership experts in the World! Who teaches on leadership and being a person of value and influence. He served in his local Toastmasters club where he developed his public speaking and leadership skills. Christopher is from a small town called New Bern NC. He is happily married and is a loving father to his son, Chris Jr. He is the son of Lisa and Paul Brown.
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