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Road To Forgiveness Herzenswege 2

Forgiveness
Author: Martina Riemer
Publisher: Impress
ISBN: 364660218X
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**Vom Wunsch zu vergessen und der Hoffnung zu lieben...** Ava hat zu viel verloren, um noch ihren Träumen hinterherzujagen. Nicht einmal der Klang ihrer Violine kann sie von dem Schmerz ihrer Vergangenheit befreien. Bis sie an der Uni auf Nathan trifft. Ein BWL-Student, der ebenso viel Leid in seinem Blick trägt wie sie selbst und der ihr erst so fern und dann so nah erscheint. Als sie sich begegnen, weiß keiner vom Leben des anderen, sie sehen nur, wer sie heute sind, und werden unweigerlich voneinander angezogen. Aber auch die größte Liebe wird irgendwann vom Schatten der Vergangenheit eingeholt... //Textauszug: Wir machten eine kleine Kurve zur Treppe, das Wasser schwappte über mein Bein und Oberkörper und ließ uns immer wieder aneinander prallen. Und genau in so einem Moment, als er sich drehte und uns das Wasser noch weiter zusammendrängte, spürte ich eine warme, flüchtige Berührung am Haar. Hat er mich gerade geküsst? Nein, unmöglich. Das muss ich mir eingebildet haben.// //Alle rockig-romantische Romane von Martina Riemer: -- Road to Hallelujah -- Road to Forgiveness -- Road to Salvation -- 3 Liebesromane im Sammelband! (Herzenswege)//
Road to Forgiveness (Herzenswege 2)
Language: de
Pages: 303
Authors: Martina Riemer
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-01 - Publisher: Impress
**Vom Wunsch zu vergessen und der Hoffnung zu lieben...** Ava hat zu viel verloren, um noch ihren Träumen hinterherzujagen. Nicht einmal der Klang ihrer Violine kann sie von dem Schmerz ihrer Vergangenheit befreien. Bis sie an der Uni auf Nathan trifft. Ein BWL-Student, der ebenso viel Leid in seinem Blick trägt wie sie selbst und der ihr erst so fern und dann so nah erscheint. Als sie sich begegnen, weiß keiner vom Leben des anderen, sie sehen nur, wer sie heute sind, und werden unweigerlich voneinander angezogen. Aber auch die größte Liebe wird irgendwann vom Schatten der Vergangenheit eingeholt... //Textauszug: Wir machten eine kleine Kurve zur Treppe, das Wasser schwappte über mein Bein und Oberkörper und ließ uns immer wieder aneinander prallen. Und genau in so einem Moment, als er sich drehte und uns das Wasser noch weiter zusammendrängte, spürte ich eine warme, flüchtige Berührung am Haar. Hat er mich gerade geküsst? Nein, unmöglich. Das muss ich mir eingebildet haben.// //Alle rockig-romantische Romane von Martina Riemer: -- Road to Hallelujah -- Road to Forgiveness -- Road to Salvation -- 3 Liebesromane im Sammelband! (Herzenswege)//
Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 155
Authors: Julia Frazier White
Categories: Self-Help
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-12-30 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Forgiveness: Learning How to Forgive by Julia Frazier White is a book for people who have been deeply hurt and caught in a vortex of anger, depression, and resentment. Julia White shares how forgiveness can reduce anxiety and depression while increasing self esteem and hopefulness toward ones future. This fresh new work demonstrates how forgiveness, approached in the correct manner, benefits the forgiver far more than the forgiven. Filled with wisdom and warm encouragement, the book leads the reader on a path that will bring clarity and peace. The act of forgiving is itself an exercise in restoring oneself to wholeness. When a heinous act is committed, sometimes one wonders if forgiveness is even possible. In this ground-breaking book, Dr. White gives us the seven steps that are taken in the forgiveness process. When we forgive, she says, we set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner we set free is us. In an easy-to-read yet astute analysis of the meaning and value of forgiveness, Dr. White teaches the reader that forgiveness is a way of healing. She takes as her model sound biblical principles and outlines the many subtleties involved in forgiveness, such as distinguishing anger from hate,
Governmental Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 21
Authors: Watchman Nee
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1997-11 - Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
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Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 25
Authors: Dan Hamilton
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1980-10-01 - Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Dan Hamilton examines the biblical concept of forgiveness, describing its purpose, motivation and cost.
Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 344
Authors: Iyanla Vanzant
Categories: Self-Help
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-11-05 - Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Too many of us feel trapped in stagnant romantic, family, or workplace relationships. Weighed down by toxic thoughts and emotions, we might be quick to judge and slow to pardon, and self-righteous about our feelings as we dwell on memories of what we or others did (or failed to do). In this new book, Iyanla Vanzant challenges us to liberate ourselves from the wounds of the past and to embrace the new power of forgiveness. With Iyanla’s 21-Day Forgiveness Plan, you’ll explore relationship dynamics with your parents, children, friends, partners, co-workers, bosses, yourself, and even God. With journaling work and Emotional Freedom Techniques (also known as "tapping"), you’ll learn to live with more love; gain new clarity on your life, lessons, and blessings; and discover a new level of personal freedom, peace, and well-being. Forgiveness doesn’t mean agreeing with, condoning, or even liking what has happened. Forgiveness means letting go and knowing that—regardless of how challenging, frightening, or difficult an experience may seem—everything is just as it needs to be in order for you to grow and learn. When you focus on how things "should" be, you deny the presence and power of love. Accept the events of the past,
A Just Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 252
Authors: Everett L. Worthington Jr.
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-10-13 - Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Psychologist Everett L. Worthington, Jr., examines the Christian foundations for just forgiveness and discusses how Christians can forgive wrongdoing without excusing it.
Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: Gary Inrig
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-11-01 - Publisher: Our Daily Bread Publishing
Gary Inrig brings wonderful breadth, depth, and balance to a very difficult subject: forgiveness. As one 83-year-old theologian, Rev. Herb VanderLugt, says, "This is the best book on the subject I have ever read." Whether it's living forgiven, learning to forgive, what to do when an offender refuses to request forgiveness, whether we're asking, giving, or waiting for forgiveness, this book covers the subject with Inrig's on-the-mark illustrations and solid biblical teaching. It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the subject of forgiveness to the Christian faith. If the Bible makes it clear that Christians are forgiven people, it also makes it clear that we are to be forgiving people. How and when do we do that? What does it look like?
The Philosophy of Forgiveness: Volume III
Language: en
Pages: 216
Authors: Gregory L. Bock
Categories: Philosophy
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-10 - Publisher: Vernon Press
'The Philosophy of Forgiveness, Volume III: Forgiveness in World Religions' is a collection of essays that explores the philosophy of forgiveness in different religions, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Each chapter scours one of these religions for insights on the concept of forgiveness, asking questions such as whether forgiveness is a virtue, whether it is conditional, whether God has standing to forgive, and whether it is permissible not to forgive some extreme wrongs. In some of the chapters, the concept of forgiveness in one religion is compared with that in another. In other chapters, the ideas of different traditions within a religion are compared and contrasted. Also, some chapters compare a religious concept to the views of a philosophical figure, such as Aristotle, Kant, or Derrida. The contributors to the volume come from various cultural and religious backgrounds and from different disciplines, such as philosophy, religious studies, and psychology. The collection is written for scholars, graduate students, and upper-division undergraduate students interested in forgiveness or comparative religious philosophy.
Handbook of Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 372
Authors: Everett L. Worthington, Jr., Nathaniel G Wade
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-22 - Publisher: Routledge
The Handbook of Forgiveness, Second Edition consolidates research from a wide range of disciplines and offers an in-depth review of the science of forgiveness. This new edition considers forgiveness in a diverse range of contexts and presents a research agenda for future directions in the field. Chapters approach forgiveness from a variety of perspectives, drawing on related work in areas including biology, personality, social psychology, clinical/counseling psychology, developmental psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience, as well as considering international and political implications. The Handbook provides comprehensive treatment of the topic, integrating theoretical considerations, methodological discussions, and practical intervention strategies that will appeal to researchers, clinicians, and practitioners. Reflecting the increased precision with which forgiveness has been understood, theorized, and assessed during the last 14 years of research, this updated edition of the Handbook of Forgiveness remains the authoritative resource on the field of forgiveness.
Ancient Forgiveness
Language: en
Pages: 260
Authors: Charles L. Griswold, David Konstan
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
In this book, eminent scholars of classical antiquity and ancient and medieval Judaism and Christianity explore the nature and place of forgiveness in the pre-modern Western world. They discuss whether the concept of forgiveness, as it is often understood today, was absent, or at all events more restricted in scope than has been commonly supposed, and what related ideas (such as clemency or reconciliation) may have taken the place of forgiveness. An introductory chapter reviews the conceptual territory of forgiveness and illuminates the potential breadth of the idea, enumerating the important questions a theory of the subject should explore. The following chapters examine forgiveness in the contexts of classical Greece and Rome; the Hebrew Bible, the Talmud, and Moses Maimonides; and the New Testament, the Church Fathers, and Thomas Aquinas.