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The Process of Asking For, Receiving and Giving Love & Forgiveness

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No one is exempt from the desire to be loved and forgiven. Human interactions are fraught with miscommunication, hurt, offense, and pain. Toss in diverse personalities, varying perspectives and other characteristics, such as insecurity, pride, selfishness, stubbornness, or simple lack of awareness, and you can see how relationships become stagnant and eventually die. In ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published January 3rd 2011 by Jazzy Media
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The Process Of Asking For, Receiving, & Giving Love & Forgiveness by LaShawnda Jones is exactly what the book is about. It is a pool of information and guidance that educates readers about love and forgiveness and how to achieve it. This six-chaptered book incorporates Biblical scripture to help readers understand the meaning behind asking for, receiving, and giving love and forgiveness.

The book includes six sections that come with sub-sections: Love, Repentance, Forgiveness, Communicat
D.S. White
Feb 12, 2011 D.S. White rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: those struggling with forgiveness
Recommended to D.S. by: TyWebbin Blog Tours
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This book was unbelievable hard to put down. As a person who struggled with issues of identity, love and unforgiveness, I found myself nodding, weeping (a bit), and stopping every once in a while to thank God. I am so thankful that I woke up and realized that by choosing God, I was choosing to love myself and that forgiveness is a gift you give yourself, whether the wounder is repentant or not. It is at the point of forgiveness that we can begin to heal and have a rebirth. Although I
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