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I’m so glad I found your blog! How does a person peacegvier that knowledge written on a piece of paper in a practical way in the heat of battle? At the end I was crying and felt like I understood better what forgiveness is and what it means to change and allow the Atonement into my life.
I felt uplifted, and considered peaceiver own life, of how I can take these principles to better it.
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The Atonement is so important to our lives; on that point, Ferrell and I agree. Gospel concepts that were confusing to me are now more clear and easier to teach to others around me. Several Old Testament stories really came to life in this book, providing biblical examples from which we can learn pecaegiver lessons from.
This book, The Peacsgiverbecame popular while I was in college ish and I read it after hearing great things about it from various people around me.
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What if I am being mistreated — what does the atonement say about that? That being said, it was a very enlightening book and made me reflect on my personal spirituality and also my relationship with all of those in my life.
But Pacegiver won’t dwell on that, because the book was obviously about the concepts he was trying to portray and not an intriguing fiction novel. I loved the parables and examples that were epacegiver and it made me see the atonement in a different light. The character wants to place well-deserved blame on his wife for all of his problems. The Peacegiver, by James L. I read it at least twice per year. Ferrell establishes Rick fairly quickly in the story as a smart person, a self-analytical, insightful person.
I loved it – It was profound and insightful, but in a very real and familiar way. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to overcome anger and resentment toward any of God’s children.
If I repent of failing to extend mercy, the Lord will supply me with everything I need and more—he will grant me his love, his companionship, his understanding, his support. The wives’ frustration turned into verbal haranguing, and a vicious cycle started, curable only by the marvelous solution the story lays out.
The principles are timeless and timely.
Ferrell uses the parable method to get his point across, and it’s the interaction between the characters in this parable that rub me the wrong way. Loved the format for the story.
Please review your cart. During these occurrences, Carson teaches Rick about forgiveness, agency, love, how the devil ensnares us with a single thin cord, and then slowly wraps us up in his corruption and our sins until we are bound so tightly without our even knowing how it all stared. This peacdgiver came to me highly recommended by quite a few people that I really trust.
peacetiver Rick’s lightbulb hhe much longer to turn on than any human I know so it can be frustrated to stay at his pace. Steph and I are planning a ski day tomorrow and I’m reflecting about my last experience skiing in April. Abigail Rick read and reread what he had written. The Peacegiver explores in a deeply personal way what we must do to receive the peace he stands willing to give.
A friend offered to lend us this book on a Friday, with a very high recommendation. But the book also bothered me because of something else. When we sin against someone, in our own discomfort, it is easier to accuse that person pacegiver wrong-doing and be unforgiving.
The author’s delivery was poor, his writing trite and silly, and in general written with a male focused slant that I found offensive.
The Peacegiver: How Christ Offers to Heal Our Hearts and Homes
As the title suggest, it thd peace into my life and a deeper understanding of the gospel and of the Savior. I actually read it before my book group did, on recommendation and as a gift from a very good family friend. Has given me some much to ponder on.
I don’t know what to say about it except WOW! Many believe we are free to choose in all things, which essentially we are, but the idea that we have endless possibilities of choice, may not be so. A gift from my husband’s father. That said, my recommendation is as follows: So the book could have been at least half its size and more impactful, but nonetheless a good read.