In Effortless Forgiveness, Dr. Ed Smith and his son Joshua discuss the concept of forgiveness based on the TPM principles. This book sheds light on the primary reasons for why it seems so difficult to forgive, and how we can effortlessly forgive when we understand and know the truth in our hearts. This is your opportunity to experience effortless forgiveness!
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An Excerpt from Back Cover
“The day that Jesus was crucified He looked out over the same crowd that had Him nailed to the cross, and with heartfelt compassion, He asked His Father to forgive them. This is what the Bible says we must do as we forgive from the heart the offenses of those who have hurt us (Eph. 4:32). But how do we do this?
Forgiveness from the heart is not something we can do by mustering up our willpower and just choosing to do it. The success rate of this model is sorely lacking. If we try our best to forgive and yet still feel animosity, offended, or remain angry with those who have hurt us, then something is amiss.
Forgiving from the heart as Jesus forgave is an outcome of genuine compassion felt toward those who have hurt us (Matt. 18:27). This occurs effortlessly when we rightfully view the person and his offense through the eyes of truth. Forgiveness from the heart is a work of God accomplished in us by Him alone in the same manner as He produces the fruit of the Spirit.
The fruit of the Spirit is not a “to-do” list that we attempt to accomplish. Rather, the fruit is an effortless outcome of knowing God’s truth with the heart. We cannot produce His fruit and neither can we produce compassion and forgiveness unless the Spirit brings it about. Like the fruit, forgiveness is the effortless outcome of knowing the truth in our hearts with absolute certainty. Only the Spirit can persuade us of the truth in this manner. By reading “Effortless Forgiveness” you will discover how to cooperate with the Spirit as He refines your faith/belief and persuading you of His truth and as an outcome, you may forgive effortlessly from the heart.”