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I'm a redeemed child of God and the momma to four vivacious daughters. I'm passionate about finding hidden blessings in the trials of life, living it out in an honest and open way, while encouraging those around me to believe in better.

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to walk or stay :: book club – week 7

Today we’re discussing Chapter 7 which is titled “Choosing to remember no more.” Or as I like to call it … Forgiveness.

I had to laugh — not like ha-ha, more like how’d she do that!? — as I was reading. Lara managed to sum up in one beautiful chapter what took me an entire book to write!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Forgiveness is one of the hardest things we’re called to do … especially when we’ve been seriously wronged.

But.

Forgiveness is one of the most important things we’re called to do.

I believe with everything inside of me, when we call on God to help us through our struggles with forgiveness, He’ll meet us above and beyond our expectations. And truly … a true heart forgiveness just isn’t possible without His help and guidance.

This week Francie is hosting our discussion over on her blog … meet me there?

And if you haven’t yet read To Walk or Stay … hop over and grab a copy now!

Weekly discussion hosts!

April 18 – Chapter 1 :: Lara Williams at “To Overflowing

April 25Chapter 2 :: Crystal Stine

May 2Chapter 3 :: Katie Orr at “Hello Mornings

May 9Chapter 4 :: Kayse Pratt

May 16Chapter 5 :: Michele-Lyn Ault at “A Life Surrendered

May 23Chapter 6 :: Tracie Stier-Johnson

May 30Chapter 7 :: Francie Winslow at “Up, In, and Out

June 6Chapter 8 :: Joyce Moy

June 13Chapter 9 :: Erika Dawson

June 20Chapter 10 :: Stacey Thacker at “29 Lincoln Avenue

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One Response to “to walk or stay :: book club – week 7”

  1. Mai Bateson says:

    I agree that forgiving someone who dd something wrong to us is very hard! But with the grace of our God, this is possible. For those people struggling about forgiving someone, I highly recommend reading 2 Corinthians 2:5-11 (Forgiveness for the Offender), it really helps!!! :)

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