I received this email today:
Dear Suzie, I need to forgive myself for pain I have caused my husband and my family. Can I get understanding and help from this study or can you recommend another study? D.
Dear D., Sometimes when we struggle to forgive ourselves for the pain that we caused others, it stems from a place of needing to forgive what happened to us. So, yes. You are in the right place. We’ll address both, and I am so glad you’ll be a part. Suzie
Maybe you are also asking questions about forgiveness. If so, I hope you will join us too on February 25th for the bible study:
The Unburdened Heart: Finding the Freedom of Forgiveness
with Suzie Eller – starts February 25th
Have you ever had someone say to you “just forgive?” That might leave you with questions, like: how, where do I begin, what if I forgive and no one else changes?
You can find answers to those questions and break free from the past, no matter who hurt you or how badly. Rather than asking you to “just forgive,” Suzie Eller will gently reveal how forgiveness allows you to let go, to find shelter, to get out of the debt collection business once and for all, and to leave the past to live fully in the present.
The Unburdened Heart study is your invitation to discover the freedom of forgiveness.
This is a six-week study.
How will it work? Every Monday Suzie will share a short video that you can watch at your convenience. You can watch it alone, or with friends, or with a loved one.
Every Wednesday and Friday, I’ll share a brief study to take it deeper. We’ll pray together. We’ll celebrate the aha moments, and encourage each other in the more challenging spots.
You’ll need a copy of The Unburdened Heart to take it deeper yet in your personal time or in your small group setting, and you can purchase The Unburdened Heart at Proverbs 31 Ministries, Amazon, Mardel, or Barnes and Noble.