How to Forgive When You Don't Feel Like It
by June Hunt
When someone hurts us, our natural response is to strike back. Rather than let go, we cling to our rocks of resentment, our boulders of bitterness. The result? We struggle under the weight of unforgiveness.
Though we know God has called us to forgive others, we find ourselves asking:
What if it hurts too much to forgive?
What if the other person isn't sorry?
How can I let someone off the hook for doing something so wrong?
Biblical counselor June Hunt has been there herself, enabling her to speak from experience as she offers biblical help and hope with heartfelt compassion. If you've been pinned down under a landslide of pain, here's how to find true freedom through forgiveness.
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About the Author
One of the world's leading biblical counselors, June Hunt is the founder and CSO (Chief Servant Officer) of HOPE FOR THE HEART, an international biblical counseling ministry providing biblical hope and practical help to people in more than 60 countries on 6 continents. After decades of teaching and research, June developed 100 topical Biblical Counseling Keys--manuals that systematically explore definitions, characteristics, causes, and solutions for issues ranging from Anger and Depression to Marriage and Parenting. These Keys have become the foundation for the ministry's steady expansion, including the 2002 creation of the Hope Biblical Counseling Institute and two popular radio programs: HOPE FOR THE HEART and HOPE IN THE NIGHT, June's live two-hour call-in counseling program. The two broadcasts are heard on more than 800 radio outlets around the world. HOPE FOR THE HEART is quickly expanding internationally, as June's resources have been published in nearly 30 languages, and are being translated into many more.
An accomplished musician, June has released five Christian music recordings. She is also a popular guest professor at colleges and seminaries and a sought-after conference speaker, as well as a top-selling author. Whether writing, speaking, or singing, June Hunt is dedicated to presenting "God's Truth for Today's Problems"--confident that a changed mind produces a changed heart . . . and a changed heart produces a changed life.