Radical Forgiveness


By Josh Avery

In the midst of a world full of pain, suffering, and injustice, it can be easy to fall into bitterness, anger, and a vicious cycle of retribution. As we navigate the details of those who have trespassed against us, it may seem impossible to forgive our enemies as Jesus commanded. As you journey deeper through the pages of this book, you will discover that the kind of life Jesus talked about is not only the best possible way to live, but the most freeing, peaceful, and hopeful path in humanity. Forgiveness is not only a command— it’s good news.






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