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You Are Forgiven / Guy, David Grant / Paperback / LSI

945-7022 L


About the Book 

Are you in need of forgiveness for yourself? Do you need to forgive someone else? Using poignant passages from the Bible and Ellen G. White to illustrate, David Guy presents a compelling and heartwarming account of what it means to forgive, why we should, and how to do so. Understanding the difficulties we go through as humans, Guy urges us to look to the greater purpose of forgiveness and fully experience what it can do in our lives. When we let go and let God handle our pain and heartache, He will do miraculous things in our lives.

Above all else, the author wants you to know: It is possible to forgive someone, regardless of how severely they have hurt you. Jesus is a close, trusted friend to those who are broken.

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About the Author 

David Guy

David Guy has a passion for loving Jesus and loving others. He is a carpenter by trade and a literature evangelist by passion. Guy spends most of his spring and fall weekends at flea markets across southern New England, where he shares literature and electronic evangelism with visitors. Fitchburg, Massachusetts, is home, where he attends the Fitchburg Seventh-day Adventist Church. He loves to sightsee, explore new local areas, swim in the ocean, and take nature walks. His favorite verse is Psalm 37:25, which testifies that God never abandons His people; He always supplies their needs.


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  1. An interesting and wholistic view of forgiveness. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2022

    TEACH Services received the following review:
    "David Guy in this document presents an interesting and wholistic view of forgiveness. He mentions that God is first in line to forgive humanity at the Fall and continues to the ultimate forgiveness on the Cross of Calvary. He posits that, “Forgiveness is a deliberate decision you make to give up feelings of resentment, hurt, and a strong desire for revenge to instead to pursue a path towards peace and healing.” And it is an act or process that liberates the victim. Guy also mention that “it has been medically proven that those who refuse to forgive and let go of hatred and grudges suffer adverse health effects such as high blood pressure, migraine headaches, heart disease, and sleep disorders. This document would be beneficial as devotional reading and for those carrying the burden of unforgiveness."
    ~ Kenroy Malcolm (Pastor)

  2. Reminds us that as God forgives us, we need to forgive others. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2022

    TEACH Services received the following review:
    "Someone goofs up and hurts you. In this pamphlet you are the victim. There are two parties involved: the victim and the perpetrator. After the “goof up” there are actions that might be taken by the parties. The victim may grant forgiveness to the perpetrator. The perpetrator may ask for forgiveness and or reconciliation from the victim. Both cases of forgiveness are the same and is the subject of this booklet. God / Scripture tell us that we must forgive: this booklet gives some advice on how to do that. How to get rid of the hurt when someone hurt you. Reconciliation is when the two parties find ways to get back to how life was between them before the violation. Forgiveness is part of the reconciliation but is more. This is not covered in this booklet. However, one can forgive the hurt without reconciling with the perpetrator. The booklet starts with reminding us how God forgives us when we sin against him. And reminds us that as God forgives us, we need to forgive others. Then we are shown what forgiveness is not. Forgiveness does not necessary means reconciliation. We may still want the perpetrator to receive civil justice. We may never want to be with the perpetrator ever again. But we want to lose the pain of having been hurt. Forgiveness helps us give up the pain. Throughout the rest of the pamphlet, we are shown ways of getting rid of the pain of being a victim by forgiving. And yes, sometimes the one we need to forgive is ourselves."
    ~David Ames, Elder and Sabbath-school teacher

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