Total Forgiveness Experience: A Study Guide to Repairing Relationships Paperback – 31 Jul 2004
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About the Author
R.T. Kendall, was the pastor of Westminster Chapel in London, England, for twenty-five years. Born in Ashland, Kentucky, he was educated at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Oxford University. He is well known internationally as a speaker and teacher. Dr. Kendall is the author of more than forty books, including The Word and the Spirit, The Sensitivity of the Spirit, The Anointing: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow; and Total Forgiveness. His writings have impacted and changed thousands of lives worldwide.
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I picked up Total Forgiveness searching for practical ways to start the path to forgiveness, and I had two particular people in my head that I’ve struggled to forgive in the past. I felt like the book was filled with reasons WHY to forgive and not enough ways HOW to forgive. I didn’t agree 100% with everything the author said, but overall, it’s a good book. I read the book before getting into the study guide.
As I worked my way through the study guide, I noticed a few things. It’s not a 1:1 ratio with the chapters in the book, so it wouldn’t be super easy to go through them at the same time. The book has 7 chapters, while the study guide is set up so you go through it over 13 weeks or sessions. The study guide restated the main points of the book, but it also had specific questions for me to work through, making me evaluate my particular issues in a more personal way. I don’t think you need both. If I had to pick one or the other, I would definitely recommend the study guide. I felt that it was more helpful and got me thinking more deeply about the situations I needed to work through. The way I saw it - the book was more general information while the study guide had the practical guidance I was looking for.
FABULOUS study about a topic not taught about from the pulpit!
I highly recommend this book.
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