Learning Forgiveness

Experience the freedom of forgiveness by placing the past behind you once and for all.

Learning Forgiveness

Forgiveness after an offense isn’t an automatic response. Typically, we allow our emotions to influence and/or dictate our response in the moment. Feelings of shock, anger or disappointment override any rational, logical or compassionate inclination to calmly address the offender, let alone forgive immediately.

How does one recover from an offense? When are you justified to withhold forgiveness? Is there really such a thing as forgiving the unforgivable? John & Yuri Cruzat have been inspired by the Holy Spirit to develop a practical guide to help everyday believers understand how to achieve daily peace.

The Just Breathe practice allows you to detach from your past hurts and gain revelation knowledge of the long-term implications of “unforgiveness”.

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March 25, 2019

The Rope A Dope

Know Your Opponent – Are you bobbing & weaving? Forgiveness is this strategic skill that is for yourself not for the offender. It is a self-preserving skill that protects you…

Forgiveness
January 16, 2018

Deep Hurt Requires Deep Work

When It Keeps on Happening Do you ever wonder why you seem to keep feeling the same way about a past or familiar hurt? Do you wonder “Why can’t I…

Forgiveness
October 3, 2017

Un-forgiveness Cuts Deep

When You Cut Deeper Than You Thought I recently cut my finger with a really sharp knife while pushing myself to do a “Chopped Challenge” in my kitchen. I cook…