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Heal the Wounds of the Past! This insightful devotional was created for the thousands of women from across the world who have received healing and restoration through the Woman, Thou Art Loosed! message. The daily devotions have been developed from Woman, Thou Art Loosed by T.D. Jakes, and are taken from the triumphs, failures, trials, and faith of the women in God's Word. Each liberating chapter is designed to assist the reader in keeping the binding chains of the past from refastening themselves in her life.
Few concepts are more basic to Christianity-or more important toa Christian's personal and spiritual well-being-than forgiveness.Yet in an age in which it has become fashionable to "forgiveyourself" rather than to forgive others, can our modern ways ofunderstanding guilt, blame, mercy, and justice be reconciled withJesus' teaching? Pastor John MacArthur begins The Freedom and Power ofForgiveness by examining the doctrine of the atonement, the basisfor any teaching on forgiveness. He then answers some commonquestions about forgiveness, such as: Why are we supposed to seekGod's forgiveness if he has already justified us? How should wehandle repeat offenses against us? When is restitution appropriate?MacArthur then presents potent, relevant biblical principles offorgiveness.
The 21 Most Effective Prayers of the Bible speaks to believers of all ages, backgrounds, and maturity levels with an uplifting message: that the prayers of the Bible are prayers for us today. Not an exhaustive, scholarly study, this very readable volume investigates twenty-one heartfelt prayers that produced results. Author Dave Earley shares personal examples from years of ministry that illustrate how these deepest petitions worked not only for Biblical heroes, but for Christians of today. Hope and encouragement are the hallmarks of this collection, encouraging the reader to greater faith in the power of effective prayer.
In Compulsory Compassion, Annalise Acorn, a one-time advocatefor restorative justice, deconstructs the rhetoric of the restorativemovement. Drawing from diverse legal, literary, philosophical, andautobiographical sources, she questions the fundamental assumptionsbehind that rhetoric: that we can trust wrongdoers' capacity formeaningful accountability and respectful community, and that we can, ingood conscience, deploy the idea that healing lies in (re)encounter toseduce victims to participate in restorative processes.
Unleash the Healing Power of Forgiveness As imperfect people living in an imperfect world, we eventually confront in nearly every relationship the need to extend or receive forgiveness. But when the wounds run deep, forgiveness doesn’t come easy. This eye-opening study deals with the difficult questions of forgiveness, including How can I forgive when the pain is so great? Does forgiving mean I have to forget the past? and What if I choose not to forgive? As you dig into what the Bible says on this vital topic, you’ll encounter the depths of God’s own mercy and discover how choosing forgiveness can free you from a painful past and propel you toward being all that God intends you to be.
are far from genetically ? xing what behavioral preferences they may possess. Instead, learning mechanisms offer a ? exible way of attaining locally important cultural knowledge within temporal windows of opportunity as has been convi- ingly shown by research in language and culture attainment. Similar mechanisms are likely to exist for other social capacities, such as mate preferences, for example. It is this role of our biological inheritance that social science must appreciate in order to furnish a more complete understanding of human behavior. Within the natural range of variation of capacities and armed with biologically conditioned learning mechanisms we live out lives of meaning – in which we hold some things to be real, rational, valuable or morally right, and others not. It is this world of meaning in which we ? nd love and hate, struggles for justice, power, and money, and the dramas that lend to life both its depth and passion.

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