I would recommend this book to anyone; in fact, I have recommended it to many.
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Every one of us has experienced pain, hurt or injustice in our lives at some point or another. If you struggle with un-forgiveness, harbor resentment or carry the burden of unreconcilliation, whether reconciliation is possible or not, you must read this book!
God desires and requires us to choose forgiveness, even if it is one sided, to free us and to ultimately use us to serve Him. We can not be hypocrites by harboring ill-will and hate for someone while serving Him. We only hurt ourselves, our relationship with our maker and the work God wants to do thru us.
Face it, do we want him to judge us this harshly? How often have I disobeyed Him and did not honor Him with my words, thoughts or actions Lord please forgive me, have mercy on me! Have mercy on those who have hurt me, bless them, bless them with the joy of your forgiveness! If you desire His forgiveness then surely we must forgive those who "trespassed against" us.
It is commanded of us, after all it's in the Lord's Prayer! It is THE best book I've ever read on this important subject. I think this should be on the bookshelves of Christian ministers and counselors everywhere. It is especially helpful for readers like me who have struggled with forgiving certain people in my life. If you detect bitterness in your heart, please read this book! Erwin Lutzer summed up everything the Christian needs to know in order to move on. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. It took longer to finally conclude I needed to make some changes I've met Pastor Lutzer and he is as good and genuine as his book is.
People may deserve bitterness, but it hurts the keeper, not the causer! They already have more than enough bitterness!
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A must read for everyone struggling with their journey in forgiveness. IT really helps elminate the "arrogance" we carry around in our daily life and forces you to re-trace your steps in life and re-evaluate where you want to go, how you want to heal. I am Catholic and I know that Lutzer is not Catholic but he wrote this book for all people of all faiths. I have bought 2 as gifts; that's how much I love this book.
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When Bitterness Takes Root. When You Are Ready to Let. A renowned theologian, Dr. He is an award-winning author and the featured speaker on three radio programs that can be heard on more than radio stations in the United States and around the world. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and have three grown children and eight grandchildren. Perhaps it's a broken promise. Or someone betrayed a confidence. It's only natural that you would be angry.
These wounds cry out for justice! But what if justice isn't possible this side of heaven? What if the damage can't be undone? You have a decision to make. You can hold on to your anger until your anguish builds a prison of bitterness. In this cage you will live a diminished and pain-filled life. Or you can choose to forgive. Erwin Lutzer discusses dealing with difficult people such as "spear throwers" and "destroyers," as well as handling conflict among family members, and Christians in the courtroom.
Sproul, from the foreword to God's Devil. Many Christians are oblivious to the devil and his schemes. Others look for him everywhere. All need to hear what God's Devil has to say: Pastor and scholar Erwin W. Lutzer elaborates on the message of his book in 10 engaging lessons that will: Give you confidence in God's eternal victory over Satan Equip you to withstand Satan's schemes Perfect for individual or group viewing, these lessons will comfort and strengthen you in your Christian walk as you learn of God's sovereign power over Satan.
Small Groups International Voices. Acknowledging that what is yet to come is beyond the scope of our wildest projections, pastor and scholar Erwin Lutzer reminds us in The King is Coming that we have not been left completely in the dark. Now, small groups can grapple with the content of The King is Coming together through a new study guide experience.