FORGIVE AND FORGET SMEDES PDF
For all of us who have been wounded by another and struggled to understand and move beyond our feelings of hurt and anger, Lewis Smedes’s classic book on. Smedes gives us pointers on how to do it. I’ll be happy if this summary whets your appetite to read the whole book. Forward: “If we wait to forgive people until. In Forgive and Forget, Lewis B. Smedes show you how to move form hurting and hating to healing and reconciliation. With the lessons of forgiveness, you can.
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The others were helpful when seeing life through other’s perspectives. Smedes, Forgive and Forget: I have heard that before but this book explained this process in a way that makes sense.
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Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve
In addition to This book provided an excellent look into the what and the why of forgiveness, but it was not quite so helpful when it came to the how. It is not profound; not a deep treatment of the topic; and though written by a religious figure, is not overly religious. Given that forgiveness and reconciliation are not exactly new foryet to write about, and probably were not even remotely new in the s snedes the author was writing this book, does this book deliver the goods?
Smedes Limited preview – I also now have a better grasp of the emotions involved in this whole business of forgiveness. Contents A Word of Thanks. Jan 08, Shiffra rated it liked it. A small volume written in a readable style including practical examples of forgiveness. Forgiving Makes Life Fairer. A wonderful book when you need to forgive someone who doesn’t seem “worthy” of forgiveness.
Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve by Lewis B. Smedes
Smedes was a renowned author, ethic Lewis B. The second part of the book talks about forgiving people who are hard to forgive invisible people, people who do not care, ourselves, monsters, and God. This book has four major sections: May 07, Leila rated it really liked it.
Jan 12, Jessica rated it it was amazing. The book continues with insight on forgiving people who are hard to forgive, how people forgive slowly, with a little understanding, in confusion, with anger sjedes over, a little at a time, freely or not at all…and ends with motivation to forgive.
There the book was lacking. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Dec 23, Hope rated it really liked it Shelves: Best spiritual book I have ever read on the topic of forgiveness of terrible wrongs even evil done to us.
Smedes then describes the four phases of the journey toward forgiveness. He was a professor of theology and ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, for twenty-five years.
Our bad feeling fo This is a 3 star book in my opinion. Sep 15, Xiomara rated it it was amazing. The primary theme I got from this short, easy to read book was that NOT forgiving can eat away at our souls, fundamentally changing us.
I recommend this book for a better understanding regarding forgiveness; it dives into the emotions of it all. Smedes show you how to move form hurting and hating to healing and reconciliation. This is a book that knows its place within the larger context of the works on the subject, and an author that speaks about forgiveness from the best point of view to have, of someone who has struggled to forgive others, and someone who knows deeply what it is like to be forgiven.
Jan 11, Randy rated it liked it. Only a free person can choose to live with an uneven score. I like how we wish those who hurt us well, is a sign that we already forgave them or in our way to.
Very good book on forgiveness. Open Preview See a Problem? Best spiritual book I have ever read on the topic of forgiveness of terrible wrongs even evil done to us. Forgiving Fits Faulty People. I need it for my thesis. Return to Book Page.
View all 7 comments. A Read full review. The third part of the book talks about how people forgive slowly, with a little understanding, in confusion, with anger left over, a little at a time, freely or not at all, and with a fundamental feeling.
Excellent insight on the whole issue not just the topic of the wrong doer and the wronged. We shall understand some circumstances that led others hurt us and always remember that smeded got us into this and love will get us out of it.
He was a professor of theology and ethics for zmedes years at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Rape, sexual abuse, bullying, adultery, and so on. To ask other readers questions about Forgive and Forgetplease sign up. I needed to forgive myself for a couple of wrongdoings that I did, and forgie reading this book I believe I am now better and closer to forgive myself than I was before.
Jan 23, Nathan Albright rated it it was amazing Shelves: