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Forgiveness LHM 2012. Sue Bohlin Probe Ministries www.probe.org Suebohlin.com. Has anyone ever hurt you?. An arrow was lodged in your heart. Arrows generate lies Arrows generate pain. What forgiveness feels like. “How do You bring emotional healing?”. Grieving. Forgiving.

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Forgiveness lhm 2012

ForgivenessLHM 2012

Sue Bohlin

Probe Ministries

www.probe.org

Suebohlin.com


Has anyone ever hurt you
Has anyone ever hurt you?

  • An arrow was lodged in your heart.

  • Arrows generate lies

  • Arrows generate pain




Forgiveness lhm 2012

The Jewish perspective on forgiveness: if the offender hasn’t repented, you don’t have to forgive.

NT: Forgiveness is completely dependent on us.


Forgiveness lhm 2012


Letting go

“LETTING GO” you did to me.


Letting go1

“LETTING GO” you did to me.


Misunderstandings about forgiveness
Misunderstandings About Forgiveness you did to me.

  • “Forgive and Forget”

  • Forgiving is not trust

  • Forgiving is not reconciliation

  • Forgiving does not mean what they did was OK.

  • Forgiving doesn’t mean the offender gets away with it.


Forgiveness lhm 2012

  • Forgiveness means acknowledging the offense and then transferring the offender over to God in our hearts.

  • Forgiving someone means we deliberately choose to not to hold his offense against him and not to bring it up again.

  • In biblical Greek, forgive means “send away.”


Steps to forgiveness
Steps to Forgiveness transferring the offender over to God in our hearts.

  • Acknowledge the offense

    2. Turn the person over to God to repay them


The jesus jail
The Jesus Jail transferring the offender over to God in our hearts.