When You've Been Wronged Study Guide
Moving from Bitterness to Forgiveness
You've been wronged. Have lies been told about you? Have you been rejected? Maybe you've been the victim of abuse. Perhaps it's a broken promise. Or someone betrayed a confidence.
It's only natural that you would be angry. These wounds cry out for justice! But what if justice isn't possible this side of heaven? What if the damage can't be undone? What then?
You have a decision to make. You can hold on to your anger until your anguish builds a prison of bitterness. In this cage you will live a diminished and pain-filled life. Or you can choose to forgive.
Dr. Erwin Lutzer discusses dealing with difficult people such as "spear throwers" and "destroyers," as well as handling conflict among family members and Christians in the court room.
Read an excerpt.
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- WHEN YOU RECEIVE AN OFFENSE
- WHEN YOU ENCOUNTER A DESTROYER
- WHEN FAMILY MEMBERS FIGHT
- WHEN YOU WANT TO RECONCILE
- WHEN YOU'RE UNDER ATTACK
- WHEN YOU WANT TO SUE
- WHEN BITTERNESS TAKES ROOT
- WHEN YOU ARE READY TO LET GO