Resources About Reconciliation
We will reconcile when our desire to be right with God is greater than our pride and our reputation.
If God forgave you as you have forgiven your enemy, would you be content with that?
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There can be no reconciliation without admission of wrongdoing.
Many Christians become so discouraged because of their sins and failures that they give up on ever having fellowship with God again. They also fear that their broken relationships will … See More >
This series addresses the challenges of our broken families as well as gives instruction on how families can become counter-cultural in our present society. Also included is a message on husband/wife relationships and another on domestic abuse. These messages are an urgent appeal for families to face their strengths …
Human relationships can be both a great blessing and a great burden. These messages are intended to deal with the kinds of issues that divide people—in their families, in their churches, or at work. Forgiveness and reconciliation are often difficult—and sometimes not achievable—because we are too defensive, too blind to …
If you want to be free from your own prison, you have to be ready to say to God: whatever it takes.
What do you do when you don’t know what to do? If you have destroyed a relationship, lost all your money, or made other wrong choices that have come back to haunt you, these messages will give you hope. There can be peace for those who have made wrong turns …
Forgiveness must be granted whether it is sought or not.