Help! I can’t forgive that person

The Forgiveness ToolTired? Stressed? Having trouble sleeping?

Unforgiveness could be at the heart of your problems.

This world is full of people. Unfortunately, where there are people, there will also be relationship issues.

It’s been around almost since time began. Adam blamed Eve for eating the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. Later, the first brothers, Cain and Abel, clashed. We can go right down through history to this present day to show examples of relationships that have broken down, wars that have started and lives that have been lost because relationships have not been healed.

It’s time to bring healing to your life through the power of forgiveness.

This book HELP! I CAN’T FORGIVE THAT PERSON: USING THE FORGIVENESS TOOL TO RELEASE THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS IN YOUR LIFE provides you with tools to help you through the forgiveness process.

The book is based around the Forgiveness Tool. This powerful tool is designed to help you take a clear-sighted look at the “Ground Zero” event that is lingering in your heart, causing bitterness.

Although Ground Zero is the event you remember, what were the things that happened before and after it? The Forgiveness Tool helps you see it in a new way by asking three key questions about what was taking place in everyone’s lives at the time.

This process brings clarity and enables you to have a deeper understanding of what took place so you can begin to forgive.

As you read, you will look at the example and guidance of Jesus, the great Forgiver. This is the man who, even as he died a brutal death, forgave those who were killing him.

I also share my own personal journey of having to forgive my dad for issues surrounding the death of my mother. And I show you a glimpse into the lives of others, and the power unleashed when they discover that unforgiveness has been holding them back.

It’s time to begin the journey and see the power of forgiveness at work in your own life!

Wesley Leake

Has the Forgiveness Tool helped you? Tell us! I love to read your comments below, and so does everyone else who needs forgiveness.

8 responses to Help! I can’t forgive that person

  1. Congratulations Wesley,

    We pray that every person read this book will be inspired and feel the love of God to forgive others as Jesus did.

    Be blessed
    the Schmids

  2. Brilliant work Wesley, thanks for providing a resource that is so practical and helpful!!

    • Thanks Jake

      Really appreciate you reading it, buying it and passing it on to others. May many people find freedom through the power of forgiveness through your encouragement!

      Wes

  3. Fantastic mate. I can’t believe I’ve never seen a tool/book like this. I hope it helps many with unforgiveness…something that so easily sticks in us all!

    • Thanks Dan, that’s one of the reasons why I wrote it, so many people struggle with forgiveness and they need something to be able to help them sit down and work through the situation and look at it objectively and get to the bottom of what actually happened. That’s where the tool is very helpful.

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