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Forgiveness is not a feeling

By Dave Henning / March 9, 2016

“Forgiveness is not a feeling.  Indeed, forgiveness is a purposeful decision- an act of the will not dependent on our emotions.”- June Hunt In Chapter 6 (“Removing Hard Rocks of Resentment- Choosing Forgiveness Over Feelings”) of How to Forgive, June Hunt reminds us that we must forgive because God has forgiven us all the more […]


Gripping the past

By Dave Henning / May 16, 2015

“If you live gripping the past, you will forfeit you future.  Adversity can either make you bitter or better.”- Charles Stanley In today’s blog, Charles Stanley completes his discussion of six common idols we often hold too tightly. 5.  The past.  Dr. Stanley states in no uncertain terms that the past is one of the […]


Letting go of bitterness

By Dave Henning / April 6, 2015

Following Chapter 3 of How Can I Possibly Forgive?, Sara Horn discusses five ways to start letting go of bitterness right now. 1.  Tell God how you’re feeling.  When we keep ignoring the hard feelings about our vocation loss, they build up and grow bigger.  Sara stresses that we need to make time to talk […]


Seasons of rumble

By Dave Henning / April 4, 2015

In Chapter 3 (“In Seasons of Rumble”) of How Can I Possibly Forgive?, author Sara Horn notes that when rainstorms occur in Louisiana, the rumble of thunder miles away can go on and on for a long time.  While the rumble of thunder is subdued, you definitely know it is there.  The sound keeps going, […]

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