Forgiveness...the Ultimate Miracle

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Bridge Logos Foundation, 2006 - Religion - 128 pages
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This book was written from a practical and personal point of view for one purpose: to set you free! You will discover the benefits of forgiving, what forgiveness is and is not, 10 practical steps to forgiveness, how to forgive others, God and yourself, how forgiveness affects your self-image, how to once-and-for-all receive forgiveness, and why forgiveness can set you free.

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The Benefits of Forgiving
What Forgiveness Is and Is NOT
10 Practical Steps to Forgiveness
Forgiving Others
Forgiving God
Forgiving Yourself
Getting to the Source of Unforgiveness
Forgiveness and Your Selfimage
How to Receive Forgiveness
Let Forgiveness Set You Free
Making Forgiveness a Habit
Applying Forgiveness

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Paul J. Meyer is the author of 24 training programs in sales, motivation, goal setting, administration and leadership development, published in 60 countries and in 20 languages with combined sales of more than $2 million, the leading self-improvement author of all time. He launched Success Motivation Institute in 1960, and is considered by many the founder and leader of today's personal and professional development field. SPANISH BIO: Paul J. Meyer ha sido autor de 24 programas importantes sobre venta, motivacion, establecimiento de metas, administracion, y desarrollo del liderazgo, con ventas combinadas en 60 paises y en 20 idiomas de mas de 2 millones de dolares, mas que cualquier otro autor en la historia. Formo el Success Motivation Instituteen 1960 y es considerado por muchos, el fundador de la industria del desarrollo personal.

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