Forgiving & Being Forgiven concisely presents what the Bible teaches about a crucial matter in every relationship—the need to forgive one another. The author sets this study in the context of some real-life experiences and the research of respected Christian experts in the field. He draws principles from the teachings of Christ Himself and other related Bible texts to make pertinent and practical applications to this challenging aspect of our lives. Whether you need to forgive someone who has offended you or you need to be forgiven, this short course is your guide to repairing the damage.
Edition: AK '20
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 978-1-59387-200-7
Full Case = 160 copies
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lesson 1 – When We Are At Fault
Lesson 2 – When We Have Been Offended
Lesson 3 – When Offenders Repent
Lesson 4 – When Offenders Do Not Repent
Author info: R. Jay Waggoner received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Marietta College, his Master of Religious Education and Master of Divinity degrees from Temple Baptist Theological Seminary, and his Doctor of Ministry degree from Trinity Theological Seminary. He has been in the pastoral ministry since 1980 and currently pastors Fellowship Baptist Church in Willow Spring, North Carolina. Dr. Waggoner is also the author of the Sermon Notes Journal, Enticed by Evil, The Believer's Battle with Temptation, and Repairing Broken Relationships.