Jesus taught believers to pray, “Forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors” (Matt. 6:12). Paul urged Christ’s followers to forgive one another as Christ forgave them (Col. 3:13). Christ gives Christians a mandate to forgive and provides a model of forgiveness that is necessary for healthy relationships. But what is forgiveness, and how should we practice it? In How Should We Forgive?,
Pastor Stanley Gale considers the nature of the forgiveness we receive from God, its role in our ongoing relationship with Him, and the way we must reciprocate by forgiving others as we have been forgiven.
About the Author
Stanley D. Gale serves as senior minister of The Reformed Presbyterian Church, West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is the author of numerous books and articles, leads seminars on various topics, and is the founder of Community Houses of Prayer (www.CHOPministry.net).
“Forgiving an offender can be one of the most difficult yet rewarding aspects of the Christian life. Stanley Gale has given us a wonderful gift – a guide to help us walk through the struggle, joy, and freedom of forgiveness. I heartily commend his biblical counsel.” – Brian H. Cosby, senior pastor of Wayside Presbyterian Church on Signal Mountain, Tennessee, and visiting professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta