A Year of Forgiveness A Course in Miracles Lessons with Commentary from Jesus

A Course in Miracles was first transmitted through another channel for a specific time, and this book was channeled for this time.

Author: Tina L. Spalding

Publisher: Light Technology Publications

ISBN: 9781622330768

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 460

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A Course in Miracles was first transmitted through another channel for a specific time, and this book was channeled for this time. -Jesus This book is designed to be a companion text to your larger A Course in Miracles workbook and to assist your understanding of the daily lessons offered with guided daily commentaries from Jesus channeled through Tina Louise Spalding. These commentaries came through daily during Tina's yearlong reading of the lessons of A Course in Miracles presented on YouTube in 2019. Many have found them very helpful in coming to understand the meaning and purpose of the lessons.

A Year of Forgiveness

This book is designed to be a companion text to your larger A Course in Miracles book.

Author: Tina Louise Spalding

Publisher: Light Technology Publishing

ISBN: 1622338138

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 504

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This book is designed to be a companion text to your larger A Course in Miracles book. It is designed to assist your understanding of the daily lessons offered in A Course in Miracles workbook with guided daily commentaries from Jesus channeled through Tina Spalding. These commentaries came through daily during Tina’s yearlong reading of the lessons of A Course in Miracles presented on YouTube in 2019. Many have found them very helpful in coming to understand the meaning and purpose of the lessons.

Forgiveness Unlimited

The year of Jubilee was an appointed feast of the Lord, and probably the most important in the calendar of Israel. It was a Sabbath of Sabbaths and was to be celebrated by all Israel. It was a year of forgiveness and the shofar was to ...

Author: Ian Okwado

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 166422825X

Category: Religion

Page: 108

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This book will transform your mindset on how to forgive and deal with people and past, current and future offences. God desires to see you to living peacefully on this earth as you prepare for your eternal destiny. He wants you to completely forgive and release those who have hurt and offended you in the past. He actually wants to see you wearing an invisible garment with this inscription: ' I am a forgiver'.

Infidelity a Journey to Forgiveness

Jason, I am happy that I was able to forgive you, and we were able to stay married. I want to take this opportunity to share with you my final letter to Jennifer. Dear Jennifer: It has been one year since I found out about your affair ...

Author: Danielle Easton

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1607915154

Category: Religion

Page: 112

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The Law of Forgiveness

Tap in to the Positive Power of Forgiveness--and Attract Good Things to Your Life Connie Domino ... Each year, she would declare a Day of Forgiveness when all readers were encouraged to forgive someone they held a grudge against.

Author: Connie Domino

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101149132

Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

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A revolutionary way for readers to change their lives, their worlds, and make all their dreams come true?through the power of forgiveness. Author of the life-changing book The Law of Attraction: Develop Irresistible Attraction, Connie Domino knows the secret to reaching goals, attracting what one really wants, and receiving myriad blessings: forgiveness. Forgiving others and oneself is key to greater health and prosperity. A ground-breaking book, The Law of Forgiveness will demonstrate how to: ? Unleash the power of personal forgiveness?with simple steps ? Use it to make manifest goals and dreams ? Use the technique to positively affect a difficult relationship ? Understand the science behind the forgiveness technique ? Learn to forgive while working through the cycle of healing Forgiveness just might be the most transformational strategy for personal and spiritual well-being. It?s the perfect guide for looking for a job or building a business, seeking a new relationship or improving a current one, or hoping to get healthy or stay healthy.

A year s lessons on the Catechism

48 THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS . 10. From whom must this forgiveness come ? Sin is committed against God , therefore forgiveness must come from Him . 11. But does God confer this forgiveness through His ministers ?

Author: John Harold Giles





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This message was significant because I'd actually completed this book about a year before this final saga with the BOD regarding the bonus. So I'd written all but this chapter and then was dormant with writing for about a year.


Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 149310442X

Category: Psychology

Page: 108

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Forgiveness: The Key to Overcoming, Progressing, and Succeeding Gregory Calliste, PhD (Dr. C) In this book, Forgiveness: The Key to Overcoming, Progressing, and Succeeding, the godly principle of forgiveness and its benefits and consequences are demonstrated. These are good outcomes that most people hope for but which unfortunately not enough people achieve. Many people seem to be struggling and failing, unable to progress and succeed in spite of their tremendous effort and dedication, frustrated, discouraged, and ready to give up. The key may hinge on one simple word: forgiveness. God has commanded that we “forgive others as we want to be forgiven,” “do not repay evil for evil,” because “vengeance is mine (God), I shall repay.” The biblical principle of forgiveness is stressed in the Old and New Testaments, and numerous examples are cited to illustrate God’s rewards for those who obey this command to forgive. Conversely, numerous examples are also cited that demonstrate God’s punishment for those who ignore his command and inflict their own punishment on their adversaries. The author, Dr. C, has showed how his decisions to obey God’s command to forgive others unconditionally has produced positive results for him and negative consequences and even serious punishment for his opponents because he forgave them and left vengeance to God. He uses his personal experiences as president/chief executive officer of a hospital several years ago to illustrate this amazing phenomenon. In spite of his tremendous success at improving that hospital, four members of the board of directors, his bosses, conspired and tried to terminate him. The coup failed and their efforts were unsuccessful because of God’s intervention. Instead of having the normal reaction to retaliate, he forgave them fully. The resultant rewards for his obedience makes a convincing case for choosing forgiving over avenging. The misfortunes of the board and hospital after he left that organization reinforce his conclusion that God’s punishment is much more potent than man’s when we forgive and leave vengeance up to God. Dr. C acknowledges that he is a “fighter” by nature so his initial reaction is always to fight back, be assertive, respect all, and demand respect from all. So to him forgiveness was not easy, and to change that character, he really had to go beyond his human strength and depend totally on God. But forgiveness worked for him as it did for so many biblical characters, and he is enjoying the benefits of overcoming, progressing, and succeeding because of his obedience to forgive. By profession, Dr. C is a hospital executive with over thirty years of senior administrative experience, which includes executive positions in private not-for-profit, for-profit, and public hospitals in New York, New Orleans, and the Caribbean. He also taught business and health administration as an adjunct professor for over fifteen years at several colleges and universities in New York. His academic credentials include a doctor of philosophy (PhD), master of business administration (MBA), master of science (MS), bachelor of arts (BA), Certified Healthcare Executive, etc. He has always had a gift and love for writing. His writing career actually started in 2008, after the incident described in this book, which actually prompted the writing of this book, poems, and songs. To date he has written over seventy poems and songs that focus on God’s message of love, peace, joy, and forgiveness and which also uplift the name and teachings of Jesus Christ. Dr. C truly believes that we ought to obey Jesus’s command to love and forgive each other as God loves and forgives us in spite of our shortcomings.

The Bible on Forgiveness

One of the synonyms for forgiveness that we have seen elsewhere (tahar) thus assured Israelites that once a year ritual could gain forgiveness for them of all their sins (v. 34). The requirement that they all had to “deny” themselves ...

Author: Donald E. Gowan

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1498271359

Category: Religion

Page: 236

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What does the Bible say about forgiveness? It is a major subject in Scripture, but it has been strangely overlooked by biblical scholars. Forgiveness is the amazing way that alienation can be healed and guilt assuaged, and there is an extensive literature on the subject, written largely by psychologists, pastoral counselors, and philosophers, but until now anyone searching those many books for a thorough treatment of the Bible's message would have been frustrated. Now in a clear and concise form, Donald E. Gowan has offered a survey of all that the Bible says about this crucial subject-from Genesis to Revelation.

A year s ministry

I have sinned ! forgive for Thy dear Son's sake . There is forgiveness with Thee ! " And that forgiveness lies at the root of all true godliness . No man reverences , and loves , and draws near to God so rapturously , so humbly , as the ...

Author: Alexander Maclaren





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A Cowboy s Forgiveness

Plan B—working with her and her son for a year, teaching them to run the ranch—was better. But not by much. Even the possibility of getting Antelope Spring wasn't enough of a draw to put himself through that hell.

Author: Sophia Ryan

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc

ISBN: 1509218211

Category: Fiction

Page: 500

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Charleigh Simms is shocked to hear she’s inherited her late husband’s family ranch. More shocking are the strings attached to it—spend a year learning the ropes from the sexy cowboy who broke her heart six years ago. But to secure her son’s future, there’s nothing she won’t do. Even risk having her heart broken again. For six years, Josh has worked hard to get over Charleigh’s betrayal. Now she’s back in town and needs him to help her and her son hold on to the ranch they’ve inherited. In exchange, he gets a chunk of change and a valuable piece of land. But every interaction with Charleigh and the boy has him hoping for more—to be a permanent part of their lives. All he has to do is find a way to forgive her. Love between them grows stronger every day, but when the secrets come out, even love might not be enough to earn a cowboy’s forgiveness.