Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Peaceful Transitions

Let’s face it, most people do not like change, particularly when it comes upon them unexpectedly or is forced upon them against their will. It is bad enough when change is inevitable (age, etc.) and one can potentially prepare. Still, … Continue reading

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God’s Forgiveness

In view of this being the Christmas Season, I wanted to wrap up (for now) this series of posts on the importance of Forgiveness as we work through our recovery process. The past posts have dealt with Forgiveness of Self, … Continue reading

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Making Amends

During the past weeks I have touched on the importance of Forgiveness as one works through their recovery process, and focused on the need to forgive others as well as ourselves. Today I would like to draw your attention to … Continue reading

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Forgiveness of Others

Last week I touched on the importance of Forgiveness in our recovery process while focusing on the need to forgive ourselves. While this essential, it is equally important that, as we continue on this journey, we forgive those who have … Continue reading

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Forgiveness of Self

While preparing for Sunday’s message I was, again, reminded of how important Forgiveness is for one’s recovery process. While most of us would readily agree that it is important to forgive others, the aspect of forgiving ourselves is often overlooked. … Continue reading

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